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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 …

Relieve Heel Pain and Recover from Rolled Ankles – Inner Calf Release

This area of the body warrants a close look at the anatomy, while the technique itself is very simple. This one small area, when fascially restricted, can wreak havoc on the entire foot, ankle, heel, plantar fascia and quite possibly a lot of things upstream as well, such as knees, …

Triceps Fascial Release – Free Your Arms & Relieve Elbow & Rotator Cuff Pain

The triceps – or more accurately, the fascia within and around the tricpeps – typically don’t play the main role in any pain patterns; however they can play a significant minor role in rotator cuff issues, elbow pain (both golfer’s and tennis elbow) and sometimes neck and wrist issues. The …

Master Mobility by Learning the Distinctions Between Flexibility, Inflexibility and Fascial Restrictions Part 3 – Flexibility or Mobility Issue?

This is Part 3 in a 3-Part series. Click here for Part 1 and click here for Part 2. When is “inflexibility” a fascial restriction or mobility issue, and when is it true inflexibility? That’s the topic of Part 3, the last in this series. Fascial restriction can APPEAR to …

Release Your Biceps and Free Your Arms, Shoulders and Neck

I often refer to the biceps as “the quads of the upper body.” Meaning, if I had to choose only ONE thing for every person in the western world to release in their upper body, it would be the biceps (more specifically, ALL the fascia within and around this muscle …