Humans weren’t designed to sit for long periods of time without moving...the desk jockey syndrome of over sitting is well documented; sitting has been labeled the new smoking. Being seated turns off the anti-gravity muscles of the posterior kinetic chain—or muscles that hold a person upright.
- Flushes metabolic waste from training and stress.
- Releases adhesions, breaks down scar tissue, mitigates damage from microfiber tears, and unwinds tight fascia.
- Hydrates the soft tissue by stimulating and draining and the lymphatic system.
- Reverses ischemia—lack of blood flow-to the soft tissue and surrounding areas.