Science Behind Floppy Weak and Stiff Weak Muscles – Part 1

It is very common in todays sedentary, technology based culture for people of all ages to develop floppy weak and stiff weak muscles.

This then forces other parts of our bodies to compensate for a lack of movement or too much movement, and often leading to problems like shoulder pain, neck pain, and back pain.

Learn what happens at the cellular level as a result of what we do with our bodies each day.

Click here to watch part 2 now.