Hydration – we live in Arizona. We hear about the need to drink water all day. Most of us walk around with these water bottles or hydros that keep water cold for days.

  • So why do we still feel thirsty?
  • Why is our skin so dry?
  • Why do we feel so stiff and achy?

There are a lot of things nutritionally that can lead to depletion and achiness in the body but today we are focusing on how to help our cells be truly hydrated and our bodies feel more fluid.

Think about our conversation on fascia from last week, then imagine all of your cells and how we want things to be fluid, slide and glide, joints lubricated, muscles with pliability and feeling elasticity throughout our body.

  • Some of the ways to get there and the benefits are:
  • Calming inflammation.
  • Improving tissue pliability. And you can probably guess I was going to bring up working on your fascial system.

But don’t worry, I will give you some practical ways to help your body out.

Rebounding can help tremendously – either on a rebounder or click below for our video on self rebounding your fascial system

Myofascial release – getting worked on can be hugely beneficial so that an expert can help identify areas of restriction and give you a strategic home program

Self release with a tool – a massage gun can often help with bringing circulation to areas and helping with some release. We also give clients a specific ball for their home programs. This is NOT like a lacrosse ball or rolling out on a foam roll, which have their place but can be used improperly and contribute to tissue trauma at times. 

Please reach out if you have any questions or want to know more about getting a ball we use for self releases. 623-226-4002.

These videos and any content included are meant to be educational and instructional. They are not able to diagnose or treat a specific issue and are definitely not a substitute for a professional evaluation.

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