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Posted by Max Franco, B.S, M.S, CSCS, PES on 27th Nov 2020

Get Stretchy: Latissimus Dorsi Muscle

This stretch is amazing! The latissimus dorsi muscle is a huge muscle that connects from arm to hip. When performing big body movements such as deadlifts, pull ups, and kettle bell swings this musc …

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Posted by Max Franco, B.S, M.S, CSCS, PES on 30th Oct 2020

Get Flexy: Spinal Health

Sitting can cause a lot of axial compression on the spine. Too much of this and your tissues, muscles, ligaments, and tendons will get stiff and very immobile. This is where pain and discomfort start …

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Posted by Max Franco, B.S, M.S, CSCS, PES on 21st Aug 2020

Get Flexy: Downward Facing Dog

The downward facing dog! This stretch is amazing for the backside. If you are experiencing tightness, try this stretch! If your lower back, hamstrings, and calves feel tight... this is something you …

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Posted by Max Franco, B.S, M.S, CSCS, PES on 14th Aug 2020

Get Flexy: IT Band

The IT band! This is massive sheath of fascia that connects from your hip to your knee and helps stabilize the leg. When this area gets super tight it will cause at the hip, knee, or (sometimes both) …

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Posted by Max Franco, B.S, M.S, CSCS, PES on 31st Jul 2020

Get Flexy: Shoulders

Are you shoulders a little achy? Try this exercise out!The scap pull-up is a great exercise that can help improve your shoulder range of motion. This exercise will also help build shoulder blade stren …

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Posted by Max Franco, B.S, M.S, CSCS, PES on 18th Jul 2020

Get Flexy: Gastrocnemius

The gastrocnemius! Otherwise known as the calf muscle. This muscle is amazing! The calf is powerful and attaches to the ankle. It helps us run, jump, and produces force from the ground up to our co …

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