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Standing Quadriceps Stretch with Picture

Stretching your quadriceps is very helpful, no matter what sport you play, what type of exercise you engage in, or if today is your rest day.   The Quadriceps or "Quads" as most of us call the muscle group, consists of the four muscles on the front part of your thigh. ...

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Hip Flexor Stretch Instructions and Picture

The Hip Flexor Stretch is one of the most important stretches you can do. Most people have tight hip flexors, stemming from lots of sitting. Imagine if you sit for eight hours at work, sit for 1-3 hours a day for your commute (Yes, that is common in ...

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Deep Glute Stretch by Matt Bible

I want to introduce you to the deep glute stretch. If you run, you may already be familiar with it. Our hamstrings get tight from our everyday activities, especially if we are sitting for a long period of time regularly. Tight hamstrings can result in low back pain. This is ...

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Lower Back Stretch – Floor Bridge Hold by Matt Bible

The Floor Bridge Hold is one of the top stretches to help stretch and reduce lower back pain. The exercise is low impact on the body. The Floor Bridge Hold also strengthens your glutes and hamstrings. Here is how you do the Floor Bridge Hold: Lay on ...

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Recommended Self-Myofascial Release Tools from CASS Fitness

Below is a link to the best self-myofascial tools that we use for muscle recovery not only for our clients, but we use them ourselves! From Foam Rollers for the back, legs, and hips, The Orb (More details to come on its wonderful benefits, including a wonderful self-myofascial release ...

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Confessions of a Guy Who Used to Skip Leg Day

This article is probably geared more to men, but you or somebody you know can probably relate to this. We want the showoff muscles...the biceps, the abs, the chest, and to a lesser degree, the upper back (Even though it should be just as big of a priority as ...

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Decompressing Your Spine by Hanging on a Pull-Up Bar

Everyday activities can place a lot of stress and compression on your back. Sitting in office chairs, standing up all day, even laying down on a flat bed puts a little bit of compression on your spine. Your spine needs decompression to keep it from becoming too tight. ...

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How to do a Lying Crossover Stretch to Help Alleviate Lower Back Pain

Over the next few weeks, CASS Fitness will be releasing several stretches you can do if you have lower back pain. Even if you do not have lower back pain, it is important to take preventative measures by not letting your back become tight and compressed. Our trainer, ...

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