R QL still tight

by Scott Kramer
(Pleasanton, CA, United States)

Love your approach to active stretch. My Right QL still is tighter than my left and occasionally flares after tennis or gardening. It will temporarily loosen up when tight to a torsional stretch: gentle squat holding on to a sink at about 45-degree rotation while bent at the waist and rotating away.

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Jun 11, 2020
Right QL locked short
by: Stephen

Hi Scott,

Thank you for taking the time to submit feedback. I really appreciate it. I am guessing that your right QL is locked short as a consequence of a right anterior pelvic rotation.

My team and I are just now completing our new course release, The Stretching Blueprint but will immediately turn our full attention to the postural correction course as soon as the Blueprint it completed.

In the meantime, I strongly encourage the counter-rotation of the pelvic bones which is accomplished by the RALF correction stretch on this page.

A lot more to come soon... Please stay tuned for release notices in the newsletter.

All the best,

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