This starts our series on resetting and restoring the body.
We know that during the course of a season, training program, or even the stresses of everyday life, people often accumulate some degree of stress and tension in the body. Over time and with repetition this can lead to reduced mobility and extensibility of our tissues and joints. When we see this accumulate it can start to limit our movement options. This reduction in movement options can (but not always) lead to injuries. It is important to work on restoring and resetting very foundational movements, areas where a reduction in mobility can cause significant impact either locally or at an area further away.Read More