Scapular Retraction

Technology Rolls our Shoulders Forward, Tugging on our Neck and Back Muscles

The Scapular Retraction Restores Strength and Stability to the Muscles of the Back and Neck

Technological posture triggers a physiological imbalance in the upper body, and if not corrected, it can lead to adverse effects on your overall health
poor digestion, spinal compression, degeneration, nerve constriction—

Undoing the damage is a process that includes breaking bad habits, taking standing breaks and doing quick postural re-calibration exercises such as the Scapular Retraction

Good Luck and #KeepMoving

Roller Power 5.0

Chronic Slouching causes Pain and Degeneration by Reversing the Natural Curve of the Low Back.

The Lumbar Spine Extension Roll will Restore the Normal Curve to the Low Back while Reducing Pain and Degeneration.

Your spine has natural curves that form an S-shape. Viewed from the side, the cervical and lumbar spines have a lordotic, or slight inward curve, while the thoracic spine has a kyphotic, or gentle outward curve. These natural curves work like a coiled spring to absorb shock, maintain balance, and to facilitate the full range of motion throughout the spinal column.

However, spending a ton of time with your lower back in a flexed position (chronic seated posture) puts an abnormal amount of stress on the quads, glutes, lumbar spine, and paraspinal muscles

—that’s where the Lumbar Spine Extension Roll comes in—

Unleash the power of the foam roller to help reduce muscular imbalances and improve your range of motion while simultaneously breaking bad posture habits and returning your body to a more ‘neutral’ state.

Good Luck and #KeepMoving

Roller Power 4.0

Chronic Sitting or Standing Will Restrict the Hip, Causing Pain and Vulnerability.

The Hip Extension and Rotation exercise will Restore Hip Rotation and allow the Hip to Support and Protect the Body.

Being that the hip is the body’s biggest ball-and-socket joint, it was designed for mobility. The hip is also where the largest and most powerful muscle groups—the glutes, quads and hamstrings—all connect, making it crucial to all movement.

The hip allows for a huge range of motion in three planes—flexion and extension, abduction and adduction, and internal and external rotation—and is relatively tough and stable. However, chronic sitting and poor movement/posture patterns can lead to structural changes within the joint.

Our goal is to help you RESTORE hip function by fighting against these repeated stressors. Not to just put the flames out.

Unleash the power of the foam roller with the Hip Extension and Rotation exercise; a passive way to open up the hips to improve internal and external hip rotation.

If you keep your hips happy, you can reduce hip pain, improve your efficiency and athletic performance, and prevent further injury.

Good Luck and #KeepMoving