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Adductor Release for Inner Thigh Flexibility and Pain Relief

Adductor Release for Inner Thigh Flexibility and Pain Relief

Use this release technique before your regular exercise routine to prevent injuries and improve flexibility of the inner thigh muscles. You will need large and small smooth sFera massage balls. Benefits of the ADDuctor Release Relieve pain and tightness in the hip and groin area associated with Trigger Points in the inner thigh muscles. Relieve inner thigh and pelvic pain. Injuries to the Inner Thigh (ADductor muscles) are very common due to overstretching and even daily activities. Trigger Points in this area can cause pain in the pelvic and groin area, deep “groin pull” familiar to many athletes, hip and knee pain.

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Quadriceps and IT Band Release to Relieve Knee and Thigh Pain

Quadriceps and IT Band Release to Relieve Knee and Thigh Pain

Trigger Points in the Quadriceps are the primary source of knee pain. Use large and small smooth sFera Balls for this effective release that will help you improve athletic performance, relieve knee pain and counteract negative effects of sitting for long periods of time. Benefits of the Qudriceps Relase Relieve knee pain Improve flexibility of the Quadriceps Improve knee tracking Relieve thigh pain Prevent locked knees as a result of Trigger Points in Vastus Lateralis Prepare the muscle for strengthening Trigger Points in the Vastus Lateralis (one of the heads of the Quadriceps muscle) are usually the real cause of outer thigh and knee pain. This video will show you how to locate and release these Trigger Points effectively instead

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Hip Release (TFL muscle) To Relieve Hip Pain and Improve Mobility

Hip Release (TFL muscle) To Relieve Hip Pain and Improve Mobility

Effective release for the hip and outer thigh pain and tightness using sFera massage balls. Benefits of the TFL Release Reduce hip stiffness Reduce hip pain while walking and sitting Prevent and help relieve IT Band Syndrome Relieve hip and outer thigh pain Improve body alignment Instead of rolling out your IT Band perform this release followed by the Quadriceps release to relieve pain and tightness in the outer thigh and outer side of the knee. Trigger Points in the TFL muscle can cause hip stiffness (particularly in the morning), alter body alignment by tilting the pelvis forward (excess lower back curve) or sideways (creating a “short leg” effect.) These Trigger Points can get worse if you tend to sleep

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Relieve Hip and Outer Thigh Pain by Releasing the TFL Muscle

Relieve Hip and Outer Thigh Pain by Releasing the TFL Muscle

Effective release for the hip and outer thigh pain and tightness using just the wall and a sFera massage ball. Benefits of the TFL Release Reduce hip stiffness Reduce hip pain while walking and sitting Prevent and help relieve IT Band Syndrome Relieve hip and outer thigh pain Improve body alignment Do you religiously roll out your IT band with tears in your eyes? Rolling out the IT band (a very large tendon) will not offer you any relief from either hip, outer thigh or knee pain. Instead, work on releasing Trigger Points in the TFL (Tensor Fasciae Latae) and your quads to relieve pain and improve your athletic performance. Trigger Points in the TFL muscle can cause hip stiffness

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Calf and Shin Release to Relieve Shin Splints, Calf Cramps and Improve Flexibility

Calf and Shin Release to Relieve Shin Splints, Calf Cramps and Improve Flexibility

Whether you are an avid runner, a Cross-Fit junkie or simply spend most of the day on your feet use this technique to release tightness in calves. You will need a large and small smooth sFera Massage Balls (available through Amazon) Benefits of Calf and Shin Release Relieve calf cramps Prevent shin splints Relieve foot and ankle pain Improve calf flexibility Improve blood circulation in the lower leg to prevent varicose veins and speed up athletic recovery Trigger Points in the Calf and Shin area can refer pain to the ankle and foot as well as contribute to calf cramps and shin splints. Releasing muscle knots in the calf will help you gain more flexibility in this area and improve

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Sore Feet Massage to Relieve Foot Pain and Improve Posture

A human foot is an extraordinary complex that gets the least amount of well deserved attention. It is probably the most overused and the least glorified part of a human body. Bad shoes, poor posture, faulty body mechanics and simple overuse can all cause foot pain and tightness in the rest of the body. One of the amazing benefits of giving your feet a little self-massage is gaining flexibility in your hamstrings and even releasing some lower back tension. When you massage the soles of your feet, you loosen the starting point of a network of connective tissue that runs all the way up your back body to the crown of your head. Tom Myers, author of Anatomy Trains: Myofascial

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Full Body Pilates Workout Video -30 Min

Full Body Pilates Workout Video -30 Min

Do you want to get lean and strong in just 30 min? Then this Pilates video is for you! Of course you will not see a magic transformation after going through this workout just once but consistency will bring amazing results. Our core is more than just the abs. In fact, core muscles include most muscles of the trunk including your glutes, back muscles and of course the abdominals. The major function of the CORE is to stabilize the spine during every day movement. That is why core strength is so important for improving posture and preventing any type of back pain. Today we will not be focusing JUST on our Abs, but we will integrate the full complex of

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Introduction to Trigger Point Release with Practical Techniques

Do you feel pain in your muscles that cannot be diagnosed by doctors? Are your muscles perpetually tight and inflexible regardless of how much you stretch them? Do you struggle improving range of motion in some of your joints because of stiffness? Or maybe you have unexplained numbness in your extremities? Surprising as it may seem but your muscles can actually be the cause of all your troubles. Your muscles are working hard to protect themselves while they are harboring tiny contraction units called Trigger Points. Trigger Points are the result of overuse, underuse, misuse or direct injury to the muscle. In a response to the unwanted circumstances the muscle contractile units called sarcomeres contract but they fail to release.

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