Flexibility Recovery

Flexibility and Recovery are the two most underexposed and important areas of fitness. Without the proper muscle length or repair process in place, your workouts would be extremely limited. Functional flexibility, or flexibility as it relates to movement and muscle health, really comes down to one term: Neuro-Inhibition¬†<— your body’s ability to reduce signal to a muscle during a stretch. If your nervous system continues to send electricity to a muscle while you are stretching it, your muscle would continue to contract and you wouldn’t get anywhere.¬† However, you can overpower a weak signal, which is often times where most of us spend the majority of our time while stretching.… Read More

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