Welcome to video 2 of 5 in
the Pain-Free Neck Week gift series!
Is your first impulse to stretch a tight muscle?
Imagine a rubber band that is already pulled tight. If you stretch it, it will get even tighter.
The same is true for your muscles. Stretching a tight muscle likely feels good in the short term — it will create a little change and increase blood flow temporarily.
However, you’re unlikely to get lasting relaxation benefits from stretching. In fact, if the tight muscle is already long in relation to its teammates around a joint, you’ll actually create more imbalance.
What to do instead?
Watch today’s video!
Today, you get a simple technique you can do anywhere — at your computer, waiting in line at the grocery store.
It’s quick, easy, and won’t draw unwanted attention.