Treat Yourself: Glutes
Treat Yourself! Self-Massage Practices with Drew • 24m
Often adaptively shortened, our abductors—the muscles located on the outer hip— can almost always benefit from a little pressure. But heads up! This area of the body can offer-up some surprisingly intense sensation when we find those “sweet spots” so a gradual approach is recommended. We promise it will be worth it by the end. 😉
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Treat Yourself: Lower Leg Part One
Let’s address the lower leg, in particular the tibialis anterior or front of your shin bone. While this muscle drives ankle dorsiflexion, extra tension here can actually lead to limited range of motion in the ankles as well. Before doing this practice, squat and test your dorsiflexion angle first...
Treat Yourself: Lower Leg Part Two
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