Acute effects of anterior thigh foam rolling on hip angle, knee angle, and rectus femoris length in the modified Thomas test

  • Vigotsky A
  • Lehman G
  • Contreras B
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Background. Foam rolling has been shown to acutely increase range of motion (ROM) during knee flexion and hip flexion with the experimenter applying an external force, yet no study to date has measured hip extensibility as a result of foam rolling with controlled knee flexion and hip extension moments. The purpose of this study was to investigate the acute effects of foam rolling on hip extension, knee flexion, and rectus femoris length during the modified Thomas test.

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  • Andrew D. Vigotsky

  • Gregory J. Lehman

  • Bret Contreras

  • Chris Beardsley

  • Bryan Chung

  • Erin H. Feser

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