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

RECOMMENDED TOOLS: Lacrosse Balls for Myofascial Release, 2 Firm Balls (Blue and Red) 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 …

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 …

Two Easy Stretches for Your Shoulder JOINT that FEEL GOOD & Increase ROM

These are two great stretches for your shoulder JOINT. If you have stiff shoulders, a partially frozen shoulder (please do not attempt this if you have a fully frozen shoulder!) or you’re a serious Oly or weight lifter then these two stretches could benefit you. I don’t have a lot …