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3 Ways You Can Recover Like An Olympian!

3 Ways You Can Recover Like An Olympian!

After binge watching hours upon hours of the 2016 Rio Olympics, you might be inspired to start training like an Olympian. But before you go crazy with ramped up mileage, double weights, and an extra dose of soreness, Happy Muscles Blog is here to...

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Why We Need to Get Rolling at Work

Why We Need to Get Rolling at Work

The benefits of rolling and incorporating self-myofascial release techniques at work are unlimited. Let’s take a look at some contributing causes of muscle tension and pain, and how the Get your Recess Rolling program can help your office...

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Recess at Work

Recess at Work

Who doesn’t like to have fun, especially at work? One way to have fun and take care of our mind and body is to take a recess. Remember back to elementary school when we took a morning and afternoon recess. We ran around, played, stretched our...

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4 Steps to Proper Post Workout Recovery

4 Steps to Proper Post Workout Recovery

Most gym-goers believe that the key to making the most of their workouts is training hard, day in and day out. Though intense exercise is essential, if you don’t give your body a chance to recover between sessions, you’ll be setting yourself up...

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Why You Should Never Skip a Warm-Up

Why You Should Never Skip a Warm-Up

When you have to work out but are pressed for time, skipping the warm-up seems reasonable. But little did you know that those few extra minutes you spend warming up are very important both for your performance and overall health. As marathon...

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Muscle Knots in Side of Leg/ IT Band

Muscle Knots in Side of Leg/IT Band Pain on the side of the leg can be caused by a number of different muscles that are located around the hip joint. A common complaint is referred to as IT Band Syndrome. The IT Band is a band of thick connective...

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Muscle Knots in Quadriceps

Muscle Knots in Quadriceps The quadriceps are the muscles located on the front of the thigh. There are four different muscles that make up this muscle group. These muscles allow for hip flexion and straightening or extending the knee. Muscle...

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Muscle Knots in Knee

Muscle Knots in Knee Various muscles knots can cause pain in the back, side or front of the knee. Hamstring muscles, located in the back of the thigh, are responsible for extending the hip and bending or flexing the knee. Muscle knots in these...

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Muscle Knots in Hamstring

Muscle Knots in Hamstring Three different muscles make up the hamstring group and are responsible for extending the hip and bending or flexing the knee. Muscle knots in the hamstrings, which are located in the back of the thigh, can cause pain in...

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Muscle Knots in Calf

Muscle Knots in Calf Muscles knots can cause pain in the calf. There are two muscles that make up the calf complex or calf muscles, the Gastrocnemius and the Soleus. These muscles form the Achilles tendon that attach to the heel bone and are...

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Muscle Knots in Shoulder

Muscle Knots in Shoulder Shoulder pain is caused by a number of different muscles, primarily those that attach directly to the shoulder blade. Knots in the shoulder blade can refer pain locally around the shoulder blade and to the front of the...

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The Foam Roll Routine

The Foam Roll Routine

As endurance athletes, we are innately stubborn people. We’ll be the first to argue with anyone that tells us we can’t do something, find exhilaration in pushing our bodies to find new limits, and seeking thrill when we push the line of that...

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Why You Should Never Skip a Warm-Up

Why You Should Never Skip a Warm-Up

When you have to work out but are pressed for time, skipping the warm-up seems reasonable. But little did you know that those few extra minutes you spend warming up are very important both for your performance and overall health. As marathon...

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4 Steps to Proper Post Workout Recovery

4 Steps to Proper Post Workout Recovery

Most gym-goers believe that the key to making the most of their workouts is training hard, day in and day out. Though intense exercise is essential, if you don’t give your body a chance to recover between sessions, you’ll be setting yourself up...

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Muscle Knots in Foot

Muscle Knots in Foot Foot muscle pain can be felt either on top, bottom, or sides of the foot. There are many muscles that contribute to foot pain. A general complaint in this area is achy feet and tenderness to the smaller muscles of the foot...

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Muscle Knots in Arm & Hand

Muscle Knots in Arm & Hand Pain in the arm and hand may be caused by a number of different muscles, primarily those that attach directly to the neck, shoulder, back and even the chest. Muscle knots in these muscles can refer pain locally...

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Muscle Knots in Lower Back

Muscle Knots in Lower Back Pain in the back can come from many different muscles throughout the body. Pain can be caused by knots in the lower back, upper back, and hamstring muscles. Pain patterns can also run in different directions including...

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