Hello, my lovelies! Long time, no post!
You may have noticed that it’s been a while since I posted anything. Here’s the reason: I wanted to take a good look at my blog and make sure that the content I’m providing is both useful to you and speaks to my expertise.
I’ve been struggling to put my knowledge onto (digital) pages, and I came to realize that I was trying to recreate the wheel. That flies in the face of one of my core values: Efficiency – Work smarter, not harder. Why am I trying to reword everything I’ve learned when I could simply show you my resources and give them all the credit?
That’s why for the next few weeks I’m going to be sharing some of my favorite educational sources for fascial tissue. If any of you have heard me talk about fascial tissue, you will probably recognize some of this information, but it’s worth it, in my opinion, to read and/or view these articles for yourself to get a better understanding of how your body works.
This 1st link is an article by Tom Myers, creator of Anatomy Trains. He is considered one of the foremost experts in fascial tissue. This article is a great way to get o know fascial tissue.
I hope you enjoy it!