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I've heard worse comebacks from couples. I'm at six flags waiting in these long ass lines because they charge a arm and a leg for the damn fast pass. I'm bout to ride Eltoro. I'm standing behind this couple as I wait. The argument started because the dude drank all of his girls milkshake. I could understand the temperature was hot as balls. Everybody is trying to gets trapped in and they still going at it. It's getting fierce now. The rise starts and We at all the top. The guy next to me is cracking up at them. They in the midst of the fiercest roast session and the guy starts snapchating it. You know how roller coasters be pausing for a second. Nah this sucker just shot off. My spleen was hunping my heart. A nigga whole insides got jacked up. Her wig gets blown off when homie hit the meanest Obj and caught that shit. He deserved a hiesman. The dude next to me had to be the one nigga to drop his phone on a ride. Good for his ass he had a android. The ride stops and the guy gives his girl the wig back. She says "Thanks my bitch now let me get some of your "milk shake" when we get to the car". My nigga if that's not true love I don't know what is. I need me a real one like that some day ❀️.: Only dating him so I have someone to Disney with @ε›ž (0 Only dating you so I have something to cum orn Only dating him so I have someone tc Disney with @ε›ž I've heard worse comebacks from couples. I'm at six flags waiting in these long ass lines because they charge a arm and a leg for the damn fast pass. I'm bout to ride Eltoro. I'm standing behind this couple as I wait. The argument started because the dude drank all of his girls milkshake. I could understand the temperature was hot as balls. Everybody is trying to gets trapped in and they still going at it. It's getting fierce now. The rise starts and We at all the top. The guy next to me is cracking up at them. They in the midst of the fiercest roast session and the guy starts snapchating it. You know how roller coasters be pausing for a second. Nah this sucker just shot off. My spleen was hunping my heart. A nigga whole insides got jacked up. Her wig gets blown off when homie hit the meanest Obj and caught that shit. He deserved a hiesman. The dude next to me had to be the one nigga to drop his phone on a ride. Good for his ass he had a android. The ride stops and the guy gives his girl the wig back. She says "Thanks my bitch now let me get some of your "milk shake" when we get to the car". My nigga if that's not true love I don't know what is. I need me a real one like that some day ❀️.
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FIX YOUR PAIN TRIGGERS . 😣Pain happens for a reason. Most people see pain as a bad thing, but it's actually great and very useful. Let me explain. . Pain is a signal for change. In very simple terms, the reason you often feel pain is because you did something that your brain perceived as a threat.😨 So it gives you the pain sensation to get you to stop doing that. . If you train with crappy technique and repetitively irritate or overload an area, your brain may associate that movement with pain to get you to chill out and let it calm down. . Listen to this! The first thing you should do if a movement doesn't feel right is grab your πŸ“²phone, film yourself, and see what's going on. See if you can figure out why it's there. Then lighten the load and fix it. Don't just jump on the foam roller, stretch it out, and go back to bad habits.πŸ™… That just leads to reexacerbation down the road. And if you can't figure it out, get some help. We have a lot of great rehab people out here willing to help. . Tag someone who needs a form fix and share the wealth! . MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox: dr Jacob harden DO YOU HAVE PAIN WHEN YOU WORK OUT? FIX YOUR PAIN TRIGGERS . 😣Pain happens for a reason. Most people see pain as a bad thing, but it's actually great and very useful. Let me explain. . Pain is a signal for change. In very simple terms, the reason you often feel pain is because you did something that your brain perceived as a threat.😨 So it gives you the pain sensation to get you to stop doing that. . If you train with crappy technique and repetitively irritate or overload an area, your brain may associate that movement with pain to get you to chill out and let it calm down. . Listen to this! The first thing you should do if a movement doesn't feel right is grab your πŸ“²phone, film yourself, and see what's going on. See if you can figure out why it's there. Then lighten the load and fix it. Don't just jump on the foam roller, stretch it out, and go back to bad habits.πŸ™… That just leads to reexacerbation down the road. And if you can't figure it out, get some help. We have a lot of great rehab people out here willing to help. . Tag someone who needs a form fix and share the wealth! . MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox
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WHAT FOAM ROLLING ACTUALLY DOES Wow! There were over 1600 comments on last night's IT band post! Thank you guys for coming through with the engagement.πŸ™β€ From reading through all of those, I think we need to talk a bit about self myofascial release, aka foam rolling as demonstrated here by @quaddoc. . The name is a misnomer. We aren't really "releasing" anything. In fact it takes about 2000 pounds of force to stretch and deform fascia. So that little roller is not going to lengthen and loosen it.πŸ™… Likewise, we can't break up fascial adhesions. Not by hand, tool, or PVC pipe. We just can't generate enough force. . So foam rolling does not create physical change in your tissues. Then what does it do?πŸ˜• . It works by altering the input to your nervous system. When you roll over your muscles, you send an ⚑input to your brain that then sends a signal back to give a temporary relaxation. It also dampens pain signals temporarily which is why you feel better for a little bit afterwards. . This has a few implications for us. πŸ”ΉYou don't have to destroy your muscles. Provide just enough input to get an effect. πŸ”ΉYou don't need to roll for an hour. 30 seconds to a minute is enough. πŸ”ΉSince we aren't making physical change, rolling isn't going to prevent injury. It just helps reduce the perception of tightness. πŸ”ΉThis is all temporary. If you don't fix the underlying cause as to why you feel tight, nothing will change. So use the roller for what it is. It can be a great tool to make you more comfortable while you work on the real issues. Tomorrow we dive into movement and start making some real long term change. Tag a friend who likes to foam roll and share the wealth! . MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox PS...Sorry for talking so fast. I had to speed up the video a little to get it in the time cap.πŸ˜…: How To Foam Roll For IT Band Syndrome @dr.jacob en quaddoc WHAT FOAM ROLLING ACTUALLY DOES Wow! There were over 1600 comments on last night's IT band post! Thank you guys for coming through with the engagement.πŸ™β€ From reading through all of those, I think we need to talk a bit about self myofascial release, aka foam rolling as demonstrated here by @quaddoc. . The name is a misnomer. We aren't really "releasing" anything. In fact it takes about 2000 pounds of force to stretch and deform fascia. So that little roller is not going to lengthen and loosen it.πŸ™… Likewise, we can't break up fascial adhesions. Not by hand, tool, or PVC pipe. We just can't generate enough force. . So foam rolling does not create physical change in your tissues. Then what does it do?πŸ˜• . It works by altering the input to your nervous system. When you roll over your muscles, you send an ⚑input to your brain that then sends a signal back to give a temporary relaxation. It also dampens pain signals temporarily which is why you feel better for a little bit afterwards. . This has a few implications for us. πŸ”ΉYou don't have to destroy your muscles. Provide just enough input to get an effect. πŸ”ΉYou don't need to roll for an hour. 30 seconds to a minute is enough. πŸ”ΉSince we aren't making physical change, rolling isn't going to prevent injury. It just helps reduce the perception of tightness. πŸ”ΉThis is all temporary. If you don't fix the underlying cause as to why you feel tight, nothing will change. So use the roller for what it is. It can be a great tool to make you more comfortable while you work on the real issues. Tomorrow we dive into movement and start making some real long term change. Tag a friend who likes to foam roll and share the wealth! . MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox PS...Sorry for talking so fast. I had to speed up the video a little to get it in the time cap.πŸ˜…
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THE TRUTH ABOUT IT BAND SYNDROME The iliotibial (IT) band is a thick sheet of connective tissue on the outside of the thigh and is a common source of pain on the outer knee. . We used to think that the band got tight and rubbed over the outside of the femur, causing πŸ”₯friction and inflammation of a bursa on the outer knee. We now know that the IT band is locked down tighter than Fort Knox and isn't moving anywhere. And that bursa doesn't even exist. . What's really going on is a compression syndrome.πŸ—œ While there is no bursa, what is present is a fat pad with a lot of nerve endings. And when the IT band gets taught, it compresses on the fat pad, causing pain. . ❌So the last thing we want to do is add more compression by rolling on it! If you've been rolling and you're not seeing results, put the roller away as you may be prolonging the irritation. . βœ…Instead, spend time working on the muscles attached to it at the hip. Then address movement faults that lead to the compression in the first place. . Where do you want to go next with this? Do you want me to show you how to release the glute and TFL or do you want me to dive right into movement correction? Let me know below! . MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox: Stop Foam Rolling The IT Band! lateralis intermuscular septum ITB IT Band epicondyle Fat Pad (source of pain) Gerdy's IT band tension compresses the underlying fat pad. @dr.jacob harden This compression triggers the outer knee pain. Don't compress it more with your foam roller THE TRUTH ABOUT IT BAND SYNDROME The iliotibial (IT) band is a thick sheet of connective tissue on the outside of the thigh and is a common source of pain on the outer knee. . We used to think that the band got tight and rubbed over the outside of the femur, causing πŸ”₯friction and inflammation of a bursa on the outer knee. We now know that the IT band is locked down tighter than Fort Knox and isn't moving anywhere. And that bursa doesn't even exist. . What's really going on is a compression syndrome.πŸ—œ While there is no bursa, what is present is a fat pad with a lot of nerve endings. And when the IT band gets taught, it compresses on the fat pad, causing pain. . ❌So the last thing we want to do is add more compression by rolling on it! If you've been rolling and you're not seeing results, put the roller away as you may be prolonging the irritation. . βœ…Instead, spend time working on the muscles attached to it at the hip. Then address movement faults that lead to the compression in the first place. . Where do you want to go next with this? Do you want me to show you how to release the glute and TFL or do you want me to dive right into movement correction? Let me know below! . MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

THE TRUTH ABOUT IT BAND SYNDROME The iliotibial (IT) band is a thick sheet of connective tissue on the outside of the thigh and is a comm...

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PAIN IS NOT THE GOAL When we think of Self Myofascial Release (SMR), we often think of the 😣 pain face we see people make while foam rolling. But the pain face isn't the goal. We have been told for the longest time that SMR (and manual therapy) was ⛏ breaking down scar tissue and adhesions in our muscles and connective tissues. But that's simply not the case. Pain is controlled by your brain. And so is the tension and tightness you often feel. So the target of our πŸ’† therapies, be it specific work like @myodetox or more general work with a roller or lacrosse ball, is actually the nervous system, not the muscles. This should change how we approach SMR. Don't go ham from the get go. The goal is to ease the tension via getting your nervous system to 😏 relax. Only go as hard as you have to to feel a release in tension. For some, that won't be much, and for other it's going to take quite a bit. But find what works for you and go with it. . Try it out with this 3 step progression to rolling the piriformis. A lot of you are going to find that you can get great results with a lot less pain to get there.πŸ˜„ . Tag friend with back or leg pain and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox FutureproofYourBody: Piriformis Trigger Point Release Swipe For @dr jacob harden The Video PAIN IS NOT THE GOAL When we think of Self Myofascial Release (SMR), we often think of the 😣 pain face we see people make while foam rolling. But the pain face isn't the goal. We have been told for the longest time that SMR (and manual therapy) was ⛏ breaking down scar tissue and adhesions in our muscles and connective tissues. But that's simply not the case. Pain is controlled by your brain. And so is the tension and tightness you often feel. So the target of our πŸ’† therapies, be it specific work like @myodetox or more general work with a roller or lacrosse ball, is actually the nervous system, not the muscles. This should change how we approach SMR. Don't go ham from the get go. The goal is to ease the tension via getting your nervous system to 😏 relax. Only go as hard as you have to to feel a release in tension. For some, that won't be much, and for other it's going to take quite a bit. But find what works for you and go with it. . Try it out with this 3 step progression to rolling the piriformis. A lot of you are going to find that you can get great results with a lot less pain to get there.πŸ˜„ . Tag friend with back or leg pain and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox FutureproofYourBody

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HOW TO GET YOURSELF STANDING TALL AGAIN Thoracic extension is a 🐝 buzz word in the mobility world, and somewhat rightfully so. It's crucial to proper shoulder mechanics, fixing neck and low back pain, and increasing our performance in the big lifts.πŸ‹ . It's also a key to a lot of postural issues. But we need to be able to control it. We don't want to just fall back over our roller and call it a "mobilization". We need to actually do some work. So instead, I want you to ACTIVELY pull yourself into position and feel the muscles work.πŸ’ͺ . Once you've gotten the joints feeling loose, reinforce that with a stability drill to engrain a good extension motor pattern. With that one, sit with the knees higher than the hips to lock out the low back, and then you have a couple options for execution. πŸ‘‰ To use it as a warm up, do 15 to 20 reps. For postural control, do fewer reps, but hold the extended position for 10 to 15 seconds to feel a burn in the midback. Whichever route you go, put in work, be consistent, and start making some mobility gains. . MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox FutureproofYourBody: Thoracic Spine Mobility HOW TO GET YOURSELF STANDING TALL AGAIN Thoracic extension is a 🐝 buzz word in the mobility world, and somewhat rightfully so. It's crucial to proper shoulder mechanics, fixing neck and low back pain, and increasing our performance in the big lifts.πŸ‹ . It's also a key to a lot of postural issues. But we need to be able to control it. We don't want to just fall back over our roller and call it a "mobilization". We need to actually do some work. So instead, I want you to ACTIVELY pull yourself into position and feel the muscles work.πŸ’ͺ . Once you've gotten the joints feeling loose, reinforce that with a stability drill to engrain a good extension motor pattern. With that one, sit with the knees higher than the hips to lock out the low back, and then you have a couple options for execution. πŸ‘‰ To use it as a warm up, do 15 to 20 reps. For postural control, do fewer reps, but hold the extended position for 10 to 15 seconds to feel a burn in the midback. Whichever route you go, put in work, be consistent, and start making some mobility gains. . MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox FutureproofYourBody
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Bruh. How when the airplane hitting all type of turbulence and bouncing all over the clouds and shit, it's people on the plane acting like shit's sweet. Like the kids - I get it. They think this is a roller coaster or some shit. But u adults? Y'all know this shit ain't a game. Ain't yall seen the movies where the plane crashes and people start eating each other? The South American rugby team Bruh they ate each other. If I learnt anything from Hollywood it's that every time I step on a plane, it might crash in a undisclosed location and I might have to roast a motherfucker and sustain myself on their meat. With that said: Dear Martha the Big Lady Next To Me Doing Crossword Puzzles Like Shit's Sweet, giggling and eyeing me because I'm praying to God to let us land safely: rest assured u gon be the first to have a heart attack and then the first to die and the fat on your frame is gonna ensure that u gon be tasty AF when I cook yo ass. I got a apple in my carry-on too because I pack clean snacks when I travel. So when we crash in these Rocky Mountains imma build a fire, find a stick sturdy enuf to hold yo ass up, put this apple in yo mouth, and rotisserie yo ass, no offense. Everyone on the plane gon be like "smash chill emergency rescue people will see us!" And imma be like "nahhhhhh b, we gotta eat Martha's tasty, 'ideal fat marbling' ass, off principle. She was snickering at me for being a scared lil bitch and praying for forgiveness while we were hitting 'air bumps', she getting eaten now. Anyone got hot sauce??" And people gon be reluctant at first but on Day 4 of starvation when rescue vehicles can't reach us, yall gon eat TF out of Martha. And u gon look at me like "wow, this is scary, it's like this motherfucker been planning this shit, like Martha taste a little TOO good, lemme get some of that buttery assmeat, don't be stingy..." BoneAppTheTeeth MarthaYourFleshTastesAmazing SmashYouWilinBruh iKnowThat πŸ™‹β€β™‚οΈπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚: LOOK AT THE LIL PAWS LOOK AT THE LIL TONGUE LOOK AT THE LIL ROAST CHICKEN SQUEAKY TOY @DrSmashlove Bruh. How when the airplane hitting all type of turbulence and bouncing all over the clouds and shit, it's people on the plane acting like shit's sweet. Like the kids - I get it. They think this is a roller coaster or some shit. But u adults? Y'all know this shit ain't a game. Ain't yall seen the movies where the plane crashes and people start eating each other? The South American rugby team Bruh they ate each other. If I learnt anything from Hollywood it's that every time I step on a plane, it might crash in a undisclosed location and I might have to roast a motherfucker and sustain myself on their meat. With that said: Dear Martha the Big Lady Next To Me Doing Crossword Puzzles Like Shit's Sweet, giggling and eyeing me because I'm praying to God to let us land safely: rest assured u gon be the first to have a heart attack and then the first to die and the fat on your frame is gonna ensure that u gon be tasty AF when I cook yo ass. I got a apple in my carry-on too because I pack clean snacks when I travel. So when we crash in these Rocky Mountains imma build a fire, find a stick sturdy enuf to hold yo ass up, put this apple in yo mouth, and rotisserie yo ass, no offense. Everyone on the plane gon be like "smash chill emergency rescue people will see us!" And imma be like "nahhhhhh b, we gotta eat Martha's tasty, 'ideal fat marbling' ass, off principle. She was snickering at me for being a scared lil bitch and praying for forgiveness while we were hitting 'air bumps', she getting eaten now. Anyone got hot sauce??" And people gon be reluctant at first but on Day 4 of starvation when rescue vehicles can't reach us, yall gon eat TF out of Martha. And u gon look at me like "wow, this is scary, it's like this motherfucker been planning this shit, like Martha taste a little TOO good, lemme get some of that buttery assmeat, don't be stingy..." BoneAppTheTeeth MarthaYourFleshTastesAmazing SmashYouWilinBruh iKnowThat πŸ™‹β€β™‚οΈπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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