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What is the real problem with the before and after photos commonly used in health and fitness industry marketing? Today I’m sharing my thoughts. Plus, I’ve got help for chronically tight hamstrings.
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Now that you’ve heard my story, here are the pictures.
And, here is help for chronically tight hamstrings.
1. Begin the transition to minimal footwear. As you slowly decrease the heel height you are accustomed to, be sure to do lots of calf stretching (like this, this and this) and love on your feet and ankles, too (with this, this and this).
2. Find and maintain a neutral pelvis. What is a neutral pelvis? Find it with this, this and this. Then, work on releasing the psoas muscles, which are often the underlying cause of your chronic tucking (with this and this).
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