Do you suffer from sore muscles and joints?
Recurring injuries and chronic pain?
Want to workout harder and reach your goals faster?
This simple and easy-to-read guide will show you how to release your muscles and get rid of your pain at home, by yourself. You can have total control over your muscle and joint pain.
Anatomy picture and an explanation of each muscle and what it does. A very basic, yet understandable anatomy lesson.
Learn what pain and dysfunction this muscle can cause. You’ll be surprised how often muscles can refer to other places.
Pictures coupled with detailed instructions to release your pain, so you have no doubts. Learn how to become self sufficient and how to get the most out of your body.
The Truth About Trigger Points
A trigger point is a specific area in the muscle where the fibres are over active and cannot relax and release from their contracted state. Most of us at some point in time would have referred to this as a knot.
Trigger points can be actively painful. Not only do some trigger points hurt you right on the spot, they can get you in places totally unrelated. A big symptom of a trigger point is its referred pain. They have the ability to send their pain to another part of the body and can cause a ton of problems. Often joint pain we experience is simply referred pain from trigger points.
Sometimes, you just don’t know they are there. In this case, it’s not too serious, but if you have knee pain and it is because you have some trigger points in your calves, it is very easy for it go unnoticed and untreated. In fact, this is a common cause, or secondary cause of knee pain.
The pain caused by latent trigger points is often more worrying than those of active ones. Trigger points make the muscle tighter and shorter, often reducing range of motion. If you don’t know they are there, chances are they will go untreated and can lead to further injury and bad mechanics.
However your muscle tissues don’t just need work to release trigger points, they also need to be released from one another.
Tight muscles that don’t move together well create compensation in movement and basically alter your movement pattern. Muscles are built to perform specific movements, and help other muscles perform their own actions. When your tissues are tight and not moving with each other well, you create bad movement patterns, you are inefficient, and massive compensations start to occur. You can think of your muscles as sticky, and you need to unglue them to create a better environment for your body.
Fascia: Part Of The Pain Puzzle
Fascia is a massive sheath of connective tissue that surrounds everything inside your body. Really, everything. Right from top to bottom you are covered in fascia. There are three different types that can be located in the body.
Every single muscle in your body is wrapped tightly in many directions of fascia. The interconnected nature of fascia means that everything in the body is connected to everything else. Fascia is basically all joined in various lines throughout the body. Here are the 5 lines of fascia.
If your fascia is too tight, it can restrict your muscles ability to perform optimally, not to mention grow and repair. Remember, it’s like it’s holding the muscle together, if it’s too tight, there’s no room to move. It can also alter your biomechanics and cause you problems in other areas.
Get Control Of Your Pain & Stop Wasting Money
Now, not only will you have control over your pain… you will also potentially save a lot of money. When you have pain, you are tight, your joints hurt or you are recovering from an injury, it’s common to go to a massage therapist and get some deep healing. This is great, but over time can get pretty expensive.
You could pay $70 a visit every week to a massage therapist, or you could start to take your healing into your own hands.
The Ultimate Self Massage Guide will help you get all the benefits of massage therapy, at home, by yourself and at a much lower cost. You will save money, and be pain free. With some simple foam roller exercises and smart use of a tennis ball, you can be on your way to a new body.
Don’t wait any longer, get down and dirty with the foam roller and tennis ball.
Why Should You Listen To Me?
Other than the fact that I have spent a large portion of my life on a foam roller...? Well, I’m a personal trainer, with a degree in Sports Science and Rehabilitation. I’ve been a professional athlete for 7 years.
Before going pro and during my off seasons I have worked with Volleyball and Soccer teams, plus many different individuals. Since going pro, I have been trying to find ways to speed up my recovery, cut down my injuries, and get back on the court pain and injury free. Here is an excerpt from the eBook…
Whilst playing in Germany I had shoulder pain, something not uncommon for a Volleyball player. I was lying in bed in pain, and had my mobile phone next to me. I started putting it under my shoulder, trying to dig in the infraspinatus and release it like I would imagine the physiotherapist doing. I found a great position (as shown in the infraspinatus section), and the next day had range of motion I could only dream of the night before. I upgraded to a tennis ball quickly and was pretty proud of myself.
I have been experimenting and working on my own body and I know what works for me, and for the many people I share my secrets with. I know my advice will help you, because it has made me a better athlete.
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