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Using a Yoga Tune Up ball is fine.
The high grip rubber helps to separate the layers of fascia.
This is a high tension area for you.
Desensitize the area to start.
Make sure you continue to breathe as you work on the area.
When you get to a junky spot contract as hard as you can for 5 seconds.
Release that breath completely.
Take a breath into your stomach release that breath.
Take a second breath into your stomach and release that.
Getting your mind involved helps.
As seen in Daily episodes when you get to a tough area tell you nervous system its ok.
“This where I belong. This is my home.”
Let your body know it is ok.
If you aren’t able to breathe you are going too deep.
You need to breathe in a position to own that position.
Have you voodoo banded this area?
Add some movement.
Have you done monkey bars of death?
If stretching is sketchy don’t stretch it.
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