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Release Tibialis Anterior and Peroneals Fascia to Relieve Pain on TOPS of Feet, Shin Splints, Foot Cramps and More

If you have tendonitis or pain on the TOPS of your feet, cramping on the BOTTOMS of your feet, shin splints or a strained/pulled soleus muscle then you are going to LOVE this. (And those are just a FEW of the things this technique can help with). TOOLS NEEDED: Lacrosse …

Mobility Work and Foam Rolling for Fascial Release FAQ – How Long, How Often, Should it Hurt or Bruise?

So you bought yourself a shiny new foam roller or lacrosse ball (or other mobility tools), or maybe you’ve had these for a while…but you’re not sure you’re doing things correctly, or enough, or maybe you’re wondering if you’re OVER doing it? The video has it all, but here’s a …

What to do For a Pulled or Strained Hip Flexor or Groin Muscle

If you’re suffering with a strained or pulled hip flexor or groin muscle, this post is for YOU – find out why they happen and more importantly what to do about it. Unlike other common strains, this area doesn’t follow my typical theory on strains being a symptom of reciprocal …

How to Release Your Pec Minor Fascia – For Shoulder Pain & Shoulder Mobility Issues

Pec minor – a small but very important muscle! If you have shoulder issues of any kind – from shoulder pain, rotator cuff or shoulder mobility issues (including partially frozen shoulders or seriously forward rotated shoulders) then this technique should be at the top of your list for self-help techniques. …

How to Release Your Plantar Fascia – Helps Plantar Fasciitis, Heel Pain, Ankle Mobility & the Whole Body!

This is a simple technique that will help your WHOLE body. I’m pretty sure ALL of us could use this one! If you have plantar fasciitis, heel pain, ankle mobility issues, big toe articulation problems or Achilles tendonitis then this is definitely a technique you’ll want to add to your …