Fascial fitness is the health and wellness of your fascia tissue, the connective tissue that separates bundles of muscles and organs. Concentrating on your fascial fitness is important for avoiding injuries, maintaining your joint's full range of motion, alleviating existing joint pain, and increasing your overall mobility.
With this program, you get:
🔶️Three days a week of stretching techniques, mobilization, and massage that targets specific muscle groups for your area of interest/concern.
🔶️Monthly consult of your progress and goals.
🔶️Local clients receive one personal session a month of hands on massage and assisted stretching.
Fascial fitness tends to go relatively ignored for a majority of people, but it is extremely important for maintaining functional movement and keeping joint pain away.
Please contact me for more information and details about fascial fitness!
Monday Motivation 💥
Seated cable reverse fly exercise 🙅🏾♂️
This exercise mainly contracts the posterior deltoid. Other muscles include the infraspinatus, teres minor, and at the end of the movement as the shoulder blades come together, the trapezius and deeper in, the rhomboids.
Performing this exercise in a seated position helps to keep your torso upright and avoids you leaning too far forward or back.
* Keep arms slightly flexed throughout the motion.
* To target the posterior (rear) deltoid, your arms should move directly back (and downward slightly) almost parallel to the floor.
* If you raise your hands through a higher arc to a point above shoulder level, the lateral deltoid and trapezius make a bigger contribution to the movement.
* Movement path: your torso, hips, and legs remain stationary while your arms move in a horizontal, 90 degree arc from the front of your body out to both sides.