Hamstring PMFR

Hamstring PMFR

It is recommended to have support under foot for the leg receiving MFR; in addition, the opposite leg should be folded up and out if possible. Clients may perform small or large movements; with deep or shallow pressure.

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Low Back PMFR

Low Back PMFR

All 4's is the safest and mildest way to begin clients loosening each others tight lower backs. They can roll over the PSIS's if they want, with no harm done. Include upper Gluteal area as well as 'kidney' areas (which…

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REHAB COMBOS DEADLIFT

REHAB COMBOS DEADLIFT

Welcome to a new series I’m calling “Rehab Combos” - all about the art and science of combining "Hands-On” loosening techniques (but of course for the Fitness Professional they are not strictly hands-on, rather using tools of some sort!) with "Activation Drills”. This…

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