Imagine having a body that just felt awesome every day.
No niggles, no tightness, no pain.
Everyone’s body can be like this if you can obtain one position and be there consistently.
It’s called anatomical position.
Anatomical position is a position where your body is completely neutral and balanced.
In this position, there are NO hip twists, NO shoulders sitting higher than the other, NO neck pushing forward. No imbalances whatsoever.
Perfect posture with all muscles in perfect harmony.
Sounds impossible right?
It almost is but the closer you can live to anatomical position the more freedom of movement you will have with your body.
Unfortunately, life happens in front of us. Think about eating, drinking, driving, texting, working on your laptop. These all involve having your arms in front of you.
To get your arms in front of you, you have to use your chest and shoulder muscles. The more you do these movements the stronger and tighter those muscles become.
This then causes your shoulders to roll forward therefor moving away from anatomical position.
If this position is sustained for a period of time, it can cause headaches. This is your body telling you it is not right. You need to listen to these signals.
If at the end of the working day you took the time to stretch your chest and shoulder you essentially reset the position of your shoulder. Keep the shoulders where they need to be and you minimise your chance of pain.
This is why stretch therapy is so effective. It resets your muscles that you use frequently to get through your daily life.
Think of it as a see-saw. When you use a muscle it tightens.
When you stretch that muscle correctly it resets or loosens.
That’s how you continue to move freely by keeping the see-saw balanced. By remaining as close to anatomical position as possible.
You don’t have to push through pain you just need to be reset back to neutral.
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