Archive for March, 2018

How to stretch your Brachialis Muscle

Written by: Tracy Date of published: . Posted in Uncategorized

The Brachialis Muscle

This muscle is responsible for bending at the elbow. Often some people will get tendinitis if this muscle gets restricted golfer elbow.


How to stretch this muscle?

  • You can use something called a power ball which is great for strengthening the arm (argos or amazon POWER BALL)
  • Get a massage
  • sit on floor place hands behind you Hold stretch for 1 min
  • Place hands in front of you fingers pointing down with other hand bend fingers down
  • Do push ups on the wall x15 3 times a day
  • Use a tennis ball to massage




how to stretch your biceps

Written by: Tracy Date of published: . Posted in Blog

How to stretch your Biceps 

  • Have a massage Deep tissue / Myofasia
  • Clasp your hands behind your back hold for 15 seconds
  • Get a towel but if you can with the opposite hands try and grasp them so one hand behind the shoulder and one hand waists height
  • Raising your hand behind your shoulder with opposite hand push elbow down
  • On a door frame  put hand and twist in opposite direction  worth a visit

How to stretch your pectorals Major?

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How to stretch your Pectoralis Major? 

The Pectoralis Major is a muscle for the chest area if you get pain here it can also go into your shoulder and along the back and ribs. Sometimes can hurt to breath.

How to stretch your Pectoralis Major?

  • Get a Deep tissue / Myofasia release
  • On a door frame start of in the middle of the door frame with hand and turn to the oppisite side holding 15 seconds and move hand up until you reach the top of the door frame (4 x hand up stretching at the top of door frame).
  • Cold and heat
  • Press ups (either standing up on a wall or full press up)
  • Clasp hands behind neck pulling shoulders back Hold for 15 seconds do 3-5 reps
  • Hands out to the side hold for 30 seconds reps
  • Stretch arms up to the sky 30 seconds x 3-5-reps




So why should you have massage

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So why should you have massage


A sport massage has been around longer then doctors pills so why not treat the route cause?

As this picture will say it has been around since AD 30-200 and was prescribed to gladiators during and after exercise. So if you are into your exercise then fear not this is the right treatment for you. Even if you don’t do sports and suffering from any kind of ailments then this is what sports/deep tissue massage can help you with:




  • Chronic Pain
  • Limited Mobility
  • Recovery from injuries (e.g. whiplash, falls, sports injury).
  • Repetitive strain injury, such as carpal tunnel syndrome.
  • Postural problems.
  • Osteo arthritis pain.
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Muscle tension or spasm