Rocking the neck muscles can help prevent chronic neck strain/tension (which can lead to headaches) and improve overall mobility and movement.
Rocking the upper back can help alleviate back strain by enhancing overall spine mechanics, mobility, posture, and shoulder health.
Rocking the hamstrings can improve hip mobility, decrease strain in the low back, and significantly hasten recovery after running.
Rocking the quads can improve upper leg mobility (beneficial for squatting exercises) and decrease tension around the knee joint.
Rocking glute muscles can significantly improve hip mobility and can enhance overall back health. This is an excellent practice for alleviating sciatic issues.
Rocking the lower legs can enhance ankle mobility and release tight calf muscles to assist in overall foot functions. A must-do technique for runners.