Videos of Self Myofascial Release - Rhomboids
Self Myofascial Release - Rhomboids
0.22 min. | 3 user rating | 21832 views
This foam rolling technique is great for breaking up scar tissue adhesions in the muscles of the mid back. To perform the drill, give yourself a big hug and ...
Myofascial Release; Rhomboid
1.00 min. | 5 user rating | 1040 views
For more on Myofascial Release visit CaseyStutzman.com The Rhomboids are very important postural muscles in the upper back. Releasing tension in this muscle ...
Pain Between the Shoulder Blades from Rhomboid Muscle Trigger Points: Referred Pain Patterns
5.42 min. | 4.212355 user rating | 293647 views
See http://www.gustrength.com/muscles:rhomboid-muscles-location-actions-trigger-points for full article. This video presentation covers briefly the location,...
Myofascial Release of the Rhomboids
3.35 min. | 5 user rating | 191 views
This myofascial release exercise is a great way to release the Rhomboid muscles.
Corrective Exercise SMR Upper Back: Release the Rhomboids
3.28 min. | 5 user rating | 949 views
Using a therapy ball on the upper back can release locked rhomboids and help to restore scapular mobility. Try these corrective exercise techniques yourself....
Myofascial Release: Romboids and Trapezius Stroke
1.22 min. | 4.36 user rating | 93231 views
Expert Massage Therapy trainer Howard Rontal shows you how to release the upper back muscles, which can relieve pressure and stress built up from a long work...
Tennis Ball how to Self Myofascial Release
6.75 min. | 4.9 user rating | 5720 views
MindBodyBreathMT.com Self Myofascial Release with a tennis ball is easy and effective. Always listen to your body. It should always feel light to moderate. E...
Self-Myofascial Release Techniques with Foam Rollers
3.83 min. | 5 user rating | 359 views
Self-Myofascial Release Techniques with Foam Rollers Benefits of Self-Myofascial Release • Corrects muscle imbalances • Improves joint range of motion • Reli...
Upper Body Self Myofascial Release (SMR)
5.68 min. | 5 user rating | 263 views
SMR is an important component of performance. The myofascia is a highly complex tissue that can restrict mobility and joint range of motion. SMR is a great w...
SMR Thoracic Erectors, Rhomboids, mid and lower traps
0.32 min. | 0 user rating | 165 views
Rodney Stafford of Stafford Training Systems demonstrates how to perform Self-myofascial release on the upper back with the use of a foam roller.