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Muscle Fascia: a three-dimensional cobweb of connective tissue. How to replenish it and repair it.

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Yin Yoga Deep Stretch Yoga for Athletes with Laila Garsys http://youtu.be/KfK8vfUd64o In this Yin Yoga deep stretch yoga video LA based yoga teacher Laila Garsys will guide you in to a series of slow deep stitches that will help release and open muscles fascia tendons and ligaments and will leave you calm relaxed and feeling amazing. Check out some of our other Yoga Videos here: Yoga on the Wall w/ Gloria Boraquio https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgnc9f9MILw Yoga Workout Yoga Flow w/ Gloria…

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Superficial equine muscles // equine anatomy // equine muscles // fascia // paard anatomie // paard spieren

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Soft Tissue Therapy - Balling Sit on a ball, either a Posture Ball, tennis ball, Softball or lacrosse ball (order of intensity) and roll over in several different directions to help break up all of the knots or adhesions that are in your soft tissue (muscles, fascia and tendons). Start with your hips because they are your prime movers and also can be the source of tension through the rest of your body due to tensigrity. #prehab #hipmobility #softtissuetherapy

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When Do You Need to Drink More Water?

Water Calculator. Your body is estimated to be about 60-70% water including your blood, muscles, fascia, lungs, and brain. You need water to regulate body temperature and to provide the means for nutrients and oxygen to travel to your organs and tissues. Here is a link to a water calculator that can estimate how much water you can aim to have throughout the day based on your weight, # minutes of exercise, pregnancy, breastfeeding, altitude, climate etc.

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3 Ways to Open Up Your Muscle Fascia

Using this orange foam thing to roll out your muscles. Fascia is strong connective tissue which performs a number of functions, including enveloping and isolating the muscles of the body, providing structural support and protection. It is a product of mesenchyme, a type of connective tissue which develops in embryos before differentiating into numerous other [...]

Soft Tissue Therapy - Balling Sit on a ball, either a Posture Ball, tennis ball, Softball or lacrosse ball (order of intensity) and roll over in several different directions to help break up all of the knots or adhesions that are in your soft tissue (muscles, fascia and tendons). Start with your hips because they are your prime movers and also can be the source of tension through the rest of your body due to tensigrity. #prehab #hipmobility #softtissuetherapy

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To truly understand fascia recoil, you must first understand the fascia system. Fascia is the soft tissue that holds us together and it has more nerve activity than muscle! Fascia permeates the entire body and literally connects to every structure, from head to toe, hand-to-hand, inside to out. An example of structural fascia is the membrane you see on the inside of chicken skin.

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