Blogs about Myofascial Release

Wednesday, March 19, 2014 • Alexandria, VA 22306
Denise Lee's Blog
Article by Christing Yu.Click HERE for the article.
Thursday, February 27, 2014 • Port Washington, NY 11050
Sunday, July 21, 2013 • Simi Valley, CA 93065
Glattfitness
 I am going to tell you all about something readily present to all moving organisms, but a like a visually stunning insect, is often overlooked. I am talking about the pot-o-gold, the unicorn, the Lucky Charms of movement. Indeed, I am talking about the…. TRANSVERSE PLANE OF MOTION! What is this transverse plane you ask? Well to understand the most neglected and challenging plane of motion, you must understand the other main two. 
Tuesday, July 16, 2013 • Miami Beach, FL 33139
The Bio Mechanic
 Myofascial Release Part 5 Now that we’ve reviewed so much research regarding the tissues affected by myofascial release and how, it’s time to get into how to actually perform self myofascial release (SMR) and when is the best time to do so. By the way, if you missed any of the other entries in the series just click on The Bio Mechanic above and it will link you to my blog history.  
Wednesday, June 26, 2013 • Miami Beach, FL 33139
The Bio Mechanic
 Myofascial Release Part 3 I got some feedback from readers that I’m writing a little too technically.  Sorry everyone, when I get in science mode it’s hard to get out!  This time around I’ll try my best to make things as understandable as possible, but feel free to comment with questions or requests for further explanation. 
Tuesday, June 18, 2013 • Molalla, OR 97038-8565
The Bugatti Body
Active people take hits.  They get bumps, bruises, aches, and pains.  Some are ER worthy in which case the patient will undergo physician’s care.  Others are mere inconveniences that cause pain, swelling, discoloration, and irritation.  Instances of pain are normal, chronic pain is not.  There are solutions and preventative measures that can be taken to reduce the body’s reaction to active lifestyle occurrences.  
Monday, June 17, 2013 • Miami Beach, FL 33139
The Bio Mechanic
 In Myofascial Release Part 1 I reviewed in general the structure and function of the connective tissue that surrounds the muscles, which is the target structure of myofascial release.  Now that we have a basic understanding of what the fascia is and what it does, let’s review some of the issues that myofascial release is meant to alleviate.