“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, yet expecting a different result.” -Albert Einstein
Are you constantly smashing your tissues with a lacrosse ball? Do you always find yourself rolling out your entire body with a foam roller?
While there’s definitely a time and place for both of these tools, if you find yourself doing this on a regular basis with little to no success, it’s time to change things up.
You should have no reason to randomly expect success with these tools if you haven’t already. That’s insane.
Especially when you’re trying to increase your mobility.
Good luck increasing your mobility with a passive strategy.
Those two things don’t even belong in the same sentence. Mobility is defined as active, usable range of motion. To gain active, usable range of motion, you need to actively use your muscles. Imagine that.
Stop doing the same thing over and over again expecting a different result.
If you’re lost and frustrated, find someone who will help you.
Stop the guesswork. Get the answers you need. Start performing the mobility exercises you need to reach your goals.