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    Great article regarding the fascia tissue...Makes so much sense! Can't wait 'til I get into the field of exercise science, should be very interesting...


    http://www.menshealth.com/men/fitnes...10000030281eac

    On a mission to help others master movement, build unbreakable strength, & eat MORE food (can't beat that.) Weekly fitness, health & nutrition articles at indulgentfitness.com.

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    Awesome. Jess (and anyone) hit me up if you ever want to talk about Rolfing and Feldenkrais, two of my biggest interests. Glad this sort of stuff is getting more press

    Check out my blog here.

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      Fantastic link, Jess!!!


      Thanks....I will share with the peeps ;-)

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        First page looked super interesting. Will def go back and read it all.


        Thanks.

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          Wow cool article, shitty annoying ads though.


          I just finished an anatomy course and this really makes sense to me. It kind of makes me feel like the HIIT exercises are so beneficial because they force your body to be more efficient in muscle groups which is all linked by the overlaying fascia.

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            @lcme, I feel the same way! It's that functional MOVEMENT...


            @chowza, what is Rolfing and Feldenkrais?

            On a mission to help others master movement, build unbreakable strength, & eat MORE food (can't beat that.) Weekly fitness, health & nutrition articles at indulgentfitness.com.

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              @jess nice article. this is the kind of evaluation i was taught to do in athletic training. it's interesting how far we've come in terms of understanding form & function in regards to daily living...i think that's why i'm loving ashtanga yoga so much. i can feel how i'm supposed to position myself to get maximal output. i love the body!

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                Makes me think back to Mark's article on squatting instead of sitting in a chair.


                Thanks Jess

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                  Isn't Rolfing like a massage type thing. Well more like adjusting the fascia like you would pantyhose. (Not that I would know what that is like... just saying)

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                    Yeah, you and Joe Namath......

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                      Great article. Thanks for sharing.

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                        Still reading, but great article so far. This reminds me of an athlete friend who in college went to the physical therapy department because of lower back pain.


                        The solution?


                        Stretch the calves!

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                          While it was a good article it is not a new concept by any means. In fact the knowledge has been around for quite a number of years but I am glad more people are becoming aware.

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