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Day 6: Upper Back/Shoulder Triggerpoints

By Brent Kruel | April 22, 2020

We are going to continue exploring treatments for the neck. Last time we used the thumbs and fingers to push into those spots of discomfort or tension along the head and neck. For this module, we are going to work our way down to the base of the neck, upper back and out to the …

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Day 5: Neck Triggerpoints

By Brent Kruel | April 21, 2020

Today we continue exploring treatments for the neck. Yesterday we used the thumbs and fingers to rub out any specific lines of discomfort or tension from the head and down to the shoulder or upper back. Most of the hard, rope-like muscle tightness in the neck responds really well to this type of treatment. Some …

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Day 4: Neck- Muscle Stripping

By Brent Kruel | April 20, 2020

We are going to change the tempo a little for day 3. So far, we have been working on stretches and some exercises to help our necks start working and moving a little better. It’s time to add some self treatment to the mix. We are going to start with something simple and probably the …

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Day 3: Neck- Stretch/Exercise

By Brent Kruel | April 17, 2020

Yes, I’m still here too. I’m not sure which day of the week it is anymore and maybe you’re not either. One thing is for sure though, I need a reminder to make me get up, move and to keep myself active during all of this. It is important that we try to keep moving …

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Day 2: Neck Stretch

By Brent Kruel | April 16, 2020

Most of us have started having some neck discomfort by now. We are all using laptops at the wrong keyboard and monitor height right now. This makes it difficult for us to maintain the correct ergonomic settings we are typically used to in our places of work. The back of the neck becomes tight by …

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Day 1: Posture Break

By Brent Kruel | April 13, 2020

Most of us do not have health and safety or ergonomists coming to our houses to make sure our new “shelter in place” work stations are set up properly. The first thing we want to remind ourselves is that, though our jobs are important, the show will go on if you take a break. When …

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