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Active Isolated Stretching for the Shoulders using Strap Hook-up (Joshua demonstrating)

Specific stretching for the shoulders using Active Isolated Stretching (AIS). You will find this work effective in treating a myriad of shoulder, neck and hand conditions ranging from carpal tunnel (neurological), thoracic outlet syndrome, rotator cuff sprains/strains, poor posture and really just about anything that affects the hands. Each stretch should be done held for 2 seconds only. They should also be done slowly and very gently. You should experience no soreness following your self care. If you do, you were to aggressive. As a general rule to help guide you, the flexor and internally rotating muscles of the shoulder are typically overly tight and the opposing muscles, the extensors and externally rotating muscles, are weak. For a good resolution of your problems, the extensors and externally rotating will require strength. The shoulder is rather complex from the perspective of what needs to be stretched and strengthened. Please remember, the above statements are meant as a general guide for your health, not a prescription for rehabilitation.

Self-Stretches for the Knees with Joshua

Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) methods to help free up your knee. This series of stretches is meant as an overall protocol for healthy knees. It is a basic protocol not taking into account any particular conditions. As some of the stretches access muscles that surround the hip you will also find some relief from hip tension. Each stretch should be done in 1-2 sets of 8-10 repetitions. Remember to be very gentle with your assist, more is never better. You should never feel soreness following AIS. If you do you were too aggressive with your rope. Repeat the series much gentler.

Self MLT Releases for the Neck
(Joshua demonstrating)

Check out our other videos below!

Specific Strengthening for Feet and Ankles

Self-Stretches for Feet

Self-Stretches for the Neck

Self-Stretches for Wrists/Hands

Self-Stretches for the Spine

How to Use the Morton Anchor

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