Example: cramped bicep. Contract the bicep as intensely as you can for a count of 20 seconds. Then contract the antagonist (in this case the triceps) as intensely as possible for a count of 20 seconds. That might do it for you. It's a technique from Neuromuscular Facilitation. (NMF.)
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Updated: Nov 30, 2022
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Updated: Dec 21, 2022
It could be caused by a cramped muscle in the hip pinching the sciatic nerve. That's called piriformis syndrome. One skillful massage can solve the problem!
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