So what is it? “Fascia is the connective tissue of the body runs from the top of head to the bottom of toe – the sheath encompassing all muscles and bones. It’s key in force distribution around the body, and interestingly a lot of chronic injuries are caused by restrictions in the fascia,” explains George Ashwell of Twenty Two Training. “Release the fascial tissue and you’ll boost muscle tissue hydration, enable a full range or muscle motion, prevent
restriction during training, recover better after exercise and decrease your risk of injury. It also means a better flow of blood and nutrients to you muscles,” Ashwell explains, giving us some
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idea as to what the new 2014 fascial fuss is about. Ashwell and the team of physios and sports therapists at Twenty Two have developed fascial release massages, designed to help with chronic injury and sports performance. “A unique deep tissue massage that can really help change the structure and flexibility of
our muscles. We are the only place in the UK with this specific technique,”
explains Twenty Two’s founder Dalton Wong.