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The purpose of lymph drainage massage is to move fluid out of your tissues into lymph nodes where bacteria, viruses and other harmful microorganisms are destroyed. It reduces swelling and pain and stimulates your immune system, increasing the circulation of white blood cells.

Lymphatic Drainage Massages for Faces | LIVESTRONG.COM

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10 Entrepreneurs Share Awesome Marketing Ideas. Whether you’re a retail, service or home based business owner, try to pick just 4 or 5 of these marketing strategies and implement them this week in your business.

30 Great Marketing Ideas for Small Business Owners | Visual.ly

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You Want: A Butt Dimple | Target: The gluteus medius Why it works: You may think you're defining your booty doing routine squats and lunges, but stronger muscles, like hamstrings, tend to take over. Which stinks, because the medius—the fan-shaped muscle that creates the booty divot—gets no love, explains Brent Brookbush, a trainer in NYC and the author of Fitness or Fiction. Pay that medius attention: Toners that have you balance on one leg will zero in on the muscle and give it one big honing

Sculpt Your Body in Six Easy Moves - SELF

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You never know when you'll need it: Kinesio taping tutorials for common running issues (plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, patellar tendonitis, shin splints, and ankle sprains). Videos on how to do each type of taping.

Kinesio Taping May Be Mildly Effective

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Synergistic dominance; In a movement like a squat pattern if the glutes are weak and unable to contract to their full potential, your body will call upon other "helper" muscles to finish the movement. This is called synergistic dominance! And if the glutes are not able to contract in a squat the hamstrings and erector spinae will have to. You may feel like your hamstrings and lower back are tight when in fact that they are just "bracing" as a way to protect you from an injury.

Poor Forward Head Posture | Back and Neck Pain Relief

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