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To truly understand fascia recoil, you must first understand the fascia system. Fascia is the soft tissue that holds us together and it has more nerve activity than muscle! Fascia permeates the entire body and literally connects to every structure, from head to toe, hand-to-hand, inside to out. An example of structural fascia is the membrane you see on the inside of chicken skin.

To truly understand fascia recoil, you must first understand the fascia system. Fascia is the soft tissue that holds us together and it has more nerve activity than muscle! Fascia permeates the entire body and literally connects to every structure, from head to toe, hand-to-hand, inside to out. An example of structural fascia is the membrane you see on the inside of chicken skin.

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To truly understand fascia recoil, you must first understand the fascia system. Fascia is the soft tissue that holds us together and it has more nerve activity than muscle! Fascia permeates the entire body and literally connects to every structure, from head to toe, hand-to-hand, inside to out. An example of structural fascia is the membrane you see on the inside of chicken skin.

To truly understand fascia recoil, you must first understand the fascia system. Fascia is the soft tissue that holds us together and it has more nerve activity than muscle! Fascia permeates the entire body and literally connects to every structure, from head to toe, hand-to-hand, inside to out. An example of structural fascia is the membrane you see on the inside of chicken skin.