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TBT for Obliques

Getting onside with your Obliques. If you look at a skeleton side on, it’s easy to see that the front half of the skeleton sort of hangs in mid air with a big gap between the ribs a ... [more below]
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Tennis Ball Technique

Getting onside with your Obliques.

If you look at a skeleton side on, it’s easy to see that the front half of the skeleton sort of hangs in mid air with a big gap between the ribs and hips.

The term ‘core strength’ refers to the muscles that support this overhang. If you don’t have core strength the spine has to support itself which it does by settling a large proportion of its weight onto the spinal discs, compressing them and squishing them out into the path of all the nerves that run alongside the spine. This can cause the discs to rub hard against each other, often causing intense lower back pain.

Both the internal and external obliques are part of this supportive group of abdominal group of muscles. They wrap around both sides of the abdomen in a criss-cross pattern.

The external obliques sweep forward down the trunk at about the same angle as the ribs, the internal obliques run at right angles underneath. They combine with the Transversus abdominus, which runs around the waist like a big, wide belt.

The Obliques all work in together and allow you to twist and bend and when they all contract together these muscles compress the abdominal cavity, giving you a tight waist and a flat tummy. Keeping these muscles strong and loose assists in avoiding a large range of unpleasant and sometimes debilitating conditions.

Tennis Ball Technique

A simple way to get, or keep, your body On the Ball.

You may have heard an old quote "when you need a cop they are never around!" ... well we found the same thing applied to getting good remedial therapy for sore muscles "when you need a massage therapist, they are always all booked up!"

So we developed TBT for me, and now for you too!

We tried lots of other options, looking for the ‘Goldilocks’ answer. We wanted them to be soft enough to not do damage, and hard enough to get into those hard to release old injuries. After months of trying things like those big expensive rollers you see in gyms, golf balls, even cricket balls, and eventually found that High Pressure Competition Grade tennis balls when used the right way are 'just right' to get in and loosen up those tight muscles, without doing damage to the surrounding tissue and nerves.

Tennis Ball Technique - group therapy

Next time you find you need a hand getting those sore shoulders undone you can try TBT© (Tennis Ball Technique) - it's a simple and effective way to self-massage the whole body, and undo all that day to day build up of muscle tension.

TBT© has been published internationally for many years, taught to therapists, athletes and people recovering from serious injury. Today it’s used in flight by airline cabin and flight crew and busy executives wishing to download some stress, mums with sore shoulders from carrying young ones, builders with frozen shoulder, office workers athletes, a wide range of people with muscle tension.

As with most things some explanation and guidance really helps. These simple to perform exercises will let you access all those hard-to-reach muscles almost all over the body. All you need is somewhere where there is some quiet floor space. And with these clear and easy to follow exercises you can get some immediate and truly helpful muscles releases.

If you want to do your whole body, with a small amount of practice, you can get all these exercises down to a simple 20-minute self-help routine, a routine that will leave you relaxed, smiling, and ready for action, no matter how hard you have been pushing your body.

Because we've taught this for so long now each technique comes with easy to follow pictures, and clear instructions, to make it easy for you to get back in control of your body’s aches and pains.

Download this one for free right now TBT Rhomboids and see for yourself. In no time at all you really will be rolling around the floor laughing as your pain gets rapidly rubbed out!

Tennis Ball Technique - pain in the butt

You can even use TBT© for that pain in the butt.

Tennis Ball Technique - pain in the neck

Or TBT© for that pain in the neck well.

Tennis Ball Technique - period pain

There's TBT© for period pain.

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