When you race a triathlon, which muscles are working?
The truth is all of them are. After all, it's not the arms and legs that swim, bike and run. It's the entire body! And the entire body is both composed of and connected by an intelligent tissue called fascia. Though you've likely heard this term recently in magazines or even by medical practitioners as its importance in health is finally being recognized, it's now time for you to optimize the function of your fascial system. And you'll do it the way the body learns best--actively and with movement.
This introduction to proper myofascial stretching will help you:
Increase flexibility (which is a component of force production)
Improve posture and the… gravity line to decrease the energy required simply to maintain your body upright in a field of gravity
Create space across joints to enhance the neural input and potential power to a specific muscle/group of muscles
Reduce or even eliminate tissue damage from forces of compression, torsion, or shear
Since this clinic will focus on the prime movers involved the sport of triathlon, you'll also learn how to make the step to the podium more easily. And with practice and consistency, you may just realize you are your own best therapist.
Tickets are $20 and the class is limited to 20 participants
About Andrew: triumphtraining.com/pages/biography