Remember this. Pain isn’t the only measurable.
No matter where you feel pain, there’s a critical question that’s rarely asked:
How well are your muscles playing its role.....in certain positions?
The chances are good that your a muscle is intact and its located where it should be. That doesn’t guarantee that its capable of pulling (generating tension).
Along with its friends, you want it to generate tension at the right time.
Let’s not forget about the importance of muscles generating tension at a moments notice.
If you’ve ever rolled your ankle, you’ve experienced what it feels like to have a certain amount of muscles that generated tension without any conscious effort on your part.
If it turns out that a muscle or several muscles around a joint aren't capable of pulling at the right time, you could just as quickly feel pain in your lower back, knee, ankle or foot.
Pain is rarely about one muscle. If you expect to perform better than you did before the pain or injury - the root cause is never about the tight muscles.
Continuous attempts at releasing and stretching muscles go against what your brain has figured out for you.
Not just some of the time. All of the time.
No Pills. No stretching. No medication. No Massage. No Surgery. No Adjustments. No therapy.