November massage special- complimentary hand & foot treatment with reflexology added to any massage service @premier_hair_lounge 👣
The human foot is a complex structure made up of over 100 moving parts. The complex anatomy of the foot makes it especially prone to injury. High heels, standing for long periods of time, plantar fasciitis, bunions and flat feet can cause injuries and chronic pain. Regular massage and home care are essential for healthy functioning feet! Enjoy an extra 15 minutes of soothing hand and foot massage with reflexology and stretching during any bodywork session. Learn self care techniques to use at home in between massage sessions. New and monthly clients always save 20% 💆🏻♀️ #bodywork#footmassage#handmassage#reflexology#selfcare#massagetherapy
Blood flow restriction is gaining in popularity and with that comes multiple questions.
Blood flow restriction training is restricting venous and arterial flow with the use of a single chambered tourniquet system. This creates a low oxygen environment and increases metabolites under low load exercises.
The positives of BFRt are many of the benefits of heavy resistance training while operating at a fraction of the load (20-30% 1RM).
To properly set raining intensity a doppler is used to find limb occlusion or arterial occlusion pressure, the pressure it takes for the tourniquet to cause a peripheral pulse to disappear. Once this established training parameters can be set, monitored and progressed properly. If you don’t find LOP, you’re guessing!!
Are you interested in learning more about blood flow restriction training with our @smarttoolsusa cuffs, message us to host a course.
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CHECK YOUR ELBOW POSITION IN THE PRESS
First, sorry if my voice sounds a bit weird today. I've been fighting off a fever and head cold for a couple days and was trying to make it through this without my lungs giving out. 😅
💥 If you ask what injury people are most worried about in the bench press, most will tell you the shoulder. As a byproduct of this, people will often avoid flaring the elbows out due to not wanting to stress the shoulder too much, and actually end up over tucking. This is especially common in people first learning the movement.
When we over tuck though, we shift that stress to the elbow. What happens is that you end up pushing the elbows forward in front of the bar and creating a longer joint lever there, and therefore increasing the amount of work the tricep has to do out of the bottom.
👍🏻 A good rule of thumb is to flare the elbows out somewhere around 45 to 60 degrees in the bench press and to get the elbow lined up relatively underneath the bar. This will have benefits to performance as well as more evenly distribute the stress of the movement across all the muscles and joints involved.
Tag a friend who gets elbow pain when pressing and share the wealth!
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Helps to clear viruses that lay dormant, realign the spine, relax and rejuvenate.
Enjoy better mobility and functioning of the body.
Feel free to contact me and talk more!
Normally $150 NOW- $130 ‘Hot/Cold stone Massage’
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