Addressing fascial and muscular imbalances benefit the most from regular practice. Self Myofacial Release is an important self-care tool that everyone should use. Read this post to learn how and when to do it.
70-85% of all Americans experience back pain at some point in their lives. It is the fifth most common reason for all physician visits in the U.S. and is the most frequent cause of activity limitation in people younger than 45 years old.
The "Principle of Use or Disuse" implies that your exercise gains will go away when you do not maintain them. This means that you become deconditioned and muscles atrophy when not in use. Muscle strength tends to go away at about 1/8 of starting strength per week, with larger and stronger fast twitch muscle fibers … Continue reading Use it or Lose it
From here forces are transferred through the pelvis up through the diaphragm and spine out ward and around the back and shoulders the skull, similar to the way shoe laces keep your feet secure.
For most of us we will look in the mirror and see the same person every day. We may neglect the fact that our ability to notice cumulative change diminishes. If we sit for extended periods of time our body will start to sink or slouch which allows our head to move forward. A person's … Continue reading Improving Neck Placement in Movement