Tag Archives: Fascia
Anatomy Trains in Rehabilitation and Fitness

Anatomy Trains in Rehabilitation and Fitness

Tom Myers discusses fascia and the the Anatomy Trains concept for rehabilitation and fitness professionals.

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3 Tools to Get More Out of Your Programs in 2013

Here are three tools everyone should have that can be used between workouts to help you mover better and feel better.

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Stuff You Should Read

Vince Lombardi, Corrective Exercise, and Fascia

Today’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Greatist.com, Phil Page, and Jeff Cubos.

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Self Myofascial Release for the Forearm

Self Myofascial Release for the Forearm

Here is a video clip of a technique I use for self-myofascial release of the forearm using a massage stick. Obviously, this is a hard area to get with a foam roll and some of the techniques I have seen using the various trigger point balls don’t seem to apply enough pressure for me.

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Kinetic Chain Muscle

The Problem with the Kinetic Chain Concept

Understanding the kinetic chain is an important component of understanding movement and function.

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Thoracolumbar Fascia

Thoracolumbar Fascia – An Area Rich with Activity

The thoracolumbar fascia plays an important role in human movement as it not only serves as an attachment site for numerous muscles in the lumbar, thoracic, and sacral regions, but also is an important area of transition between the upper and lower extremities where forces are transferred to allow for coordinated function.

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The Fibroblaster IASTM Tool

Over the past several months there has been much discussion about instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) techniques and IASTM tools on this website. I have found a new IASTM tool that you might like and wanted to share.

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Graston Technique: A Case Study and Other Thoughts on Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization Techniques

Today’s guest post is quick overview of the Graston technique and it’s application within a case study by Eric Schoenberg, MSPT, CSCS.  I thought Eric did a great job with the post and have will share some of my thoughts on instrument assisted soft tissue techniques, such as Graston technique, at the end of this […]

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