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Below are some articles by Anthony that highlight our approach and philosophy to all things stretching. Please enjoy and feel free to share.

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How can your pupils help you stretch?

Several months ago, while listening to the “Huberman Lab” podcast, host and Harvard professor of Neuroscience and Ophthalmology Andrew Huberman was talking about how to induce states of relaxation. This discussion piqued my interest because one of the most important...

What is Frozen Shoulder? And How Can Stretching Help?

BY ANTHONY LETT Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a condition characterized by stiffness and pain in the shoulder joint. It typically develops gradually and progresses through three stages: freezing, frozen, and thawing. 3 Stages and Time Frames...

Soleus

Anatomy The soleus is located deep to the gastrocnemius and is the “workhorse” of plantarflexion.See Images A and B below. It is a large muscle, flatter than the gastrocnemius, that is named for its resemblance to a sole – the flat fish that reclines on its side on...

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel is one of the many musculoskeletal conditions that can be treated effectively with stretching. Read the article to find out what it is and try the stretch that is demonstrated.

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Strain and StretchFit

Strain and StretchFit

Strain relaxation is a gentle and non-invasive technique, used for addressing musculoskeletal and stress related tension in the body. It is suitable for
individuals who may be sensitive to more forceful manipulations or who have acute or chronic pain conditions. By positioning the body in a position of mild stretch/strain, the therapist or teacher aims to release tension and promote relaxation in the affected muscles and other soft tissues. As we will see below, it has both short- and long-term benefits.

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