1 of 2: Sitting and computing too much? Martin White PT provides exercises to help

This routine is designed to release and lengthen the muscles and surrounding structures that become tight and inhibited due to prolonged periods of sitting and computing. We start off using a massage ball and dense foam roller to apply a…

1 of 2: Sitting and computing too much? Martin White PT provides exercises to help

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This routine is designed to release and lengthen the muscles and surrounding structures that become tight and inhibited due to prolonged periods of sitting and computing. We start off using a massage ball and dense foam roller to apply a direct pressure to tight areas in the muscles, often called knots or adhesions. This helps the nervous system to relax, promotes realignment of the muscle fibres and encourages heat and blood flow to the muscles. We then target the hamstring, hip flexors and gluteals which are predisposed to being short and tight from prolonged periods of sitting. Finally we stretch the neck muscles which, if tight can cause headaches and can contribute to shoulder and upper back pain.

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