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Exercise of the Month: Merrithew™ Fascial Movement Swing Patterns – Hydrate Variable

In October’s Exercise of the Month video, Merrithew Master Instructor Trainer PJ O’Clair explores the Merrithew Fascial Movement Variable Hydrate through easy Swing Patterns that can be incorporated into your daily warm-up or workout.

Swing Patterns help increase circulation and break down adhesions and crosslinks that may form in the fascial tissues, enhancing force transmission and ease of movement.

Using the Soft Kettlebell Plus, a 2.27 kg (5 lbs) weight with handles, and then the Mini Stability Ball – Large, PJ shows you how to use pendulum swings in different positions and patterns to explore tensegrity in the body— the concept of combining tension and compression to create structural integrity. This will improve overall stability while maintaining mobility in all the joints.

If you want to learn more about the four Fascial Movement Variables— Hydrate, Bounce, Sense and Expand— check out the Merrithew Fascial Movement Foundation Course or these full-length fascial movement workouts on Merrithew Connect, all of which examine these concepts in greater depth.

Find more Fascial Movement workouts on Merrithew Connect >

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