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Lat Inhibition to Improve Overhead Mobility

Stretching a muscle with high tone works, AFTER the muscle fatigues or you stretch long enough to change the perception of stretch. That's not normally a rapid process as the more the nervous system perceives stretch, muscles tend to increase in tone to fight the passive stretch.

Inhibiting a muscle by passively slacking it rapidly reduces tone, so you can start dynamically moving into the restricted range of motion and then start loading once the pattern is reinforced.

Lat Inhibition for Overhead Mobility

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