“Staying healthy and active shouldn’t hurt, learn how to trigger release and you won’t believe the difference. I work at a very high level and would be unable to train if is wasn’t for trigger releasing”
– Carolyn Collins
An inelastic muscle is like a rope. It does not have a good length-tension relationship and often has knots in it. No matter how hard you pull on the rope you cannot get the knot out and you can’t stretch a knot out of a muscle. Using the trigger release tools will improve your performance by increasing the elasticity within the muscle, allowing them to rebound to their natural state. Muscles have to be elastic, not plastic, to work!
Trigger releasing is a therapeutic approach to be used before and after a workout to restore the proper muscle length tension relationship after activities. It helps improve performance, restore balance and range of motion and increases circulation to the overworked and dysfunctional muscle tissue, therefore speeding up recovery time. Targets and breaks up scar tissue and muscle adhesions, helps regain neutral posture and restores positive biomechanics.
Learn how to trigger release your:
- Soleus Area – affects knee, shin, foot pain, etc.
- Anterior Tibialis & Extensors – affects knee, shin splints etc.
- Quadriceps – affects knee, lower back, quad dysfunction, patella tendonitis piriformis syndrome and more.
- Inner Thigh Muscles – Effects knee pain, groin pulls, medial meniscus & medial collateral ligament injuries, etc.
- Psoas muscles – affects low and middle back pain, pelvic rotation, etc.
- Piriformis muscle – affects sciatica, hamstring issues, L4-5 issues gluteus pain, piriformis syndrome, etc.