With Brandon Wagner
The hips and shoulders are the most mobile joints in the body, but they often lock-up creating improper movement patterns and injuries. Normal functional activities, such as walking, require extension, exion, and rotation of the hips and shoulders. If this can’t occur, the nervous system alters the movement pattern. Learn to quickly identify these patterns and properly address with self- myofascial release. This advanced approach creates the myofascial relationships necessary to optimize movement, prevent injury and enable the body to perform optimally.