Myofascial Release: Your Guide to Self-Myofascial Release Techniques with a Tennis Ball

| September 24, 2015

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Myofascial Release: Your Guide to Self-Myofascial Release Techniques with a Tennis Ball

If you’re looking for an easy-to-follow guide for at home myofascial release exercises, using an object as simple as a tennis ball, then this book is for you!

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Myofascial comes from two words “myo,” meaning muscles, and “fascial,” meaning surrounding areas or connective tissues. Self-myofascial release techniques are essentially stretching techniques with the purpose of reducing chronic body pains to allow you to move around freely. Perfectly healthy athletes love to practice myofascial release too, since it helps speed up their recovery period between workouts, and also keeps them flexible. Self-myofascial release is extremely useful because you can perform the exercises yourself, in the confines of your own home. Its unprecedented popularity is a testament to how effective it is as a therapeutic technique for pain. The exercises presented in this ebook are simple and easy to follow, not to mention inexpensive yet highly effective. All you’ll need is a tennis ball or other similar object. Continue reading to learn more and get started now!

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

  • Understanding Myofascial Release
  • Self-Healing Myofascial Release Techniques
  • Other Variations of Myofascial Release
  • Pros and Cons of Self-Healing Myofascial Release
  • Valuable Tips on Myofascial Release Techniques
  • Much, much more!

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