Video #1 - The Fuzz Speech
In this video Gil Hedley Ph.D demonstates a real world look at fascia in human cadivers. He talks about "fuzz' which is a way of describing the interconnections that develop between fascial layers when there is a lack of movement. There are a few moments in this video that I think are really important. Please note the following time stamps in the video as I will reference them later:
1:05 - Take a look at how Gil moves his shoulders. While he is explaining the importance of moving in maintaining and improving range, he actually does not have much mobility in his shoulders. When his hands are above his head, note the space etween his arm and his head.
2:00 - At this point he begins talking about the effect of injury and lack of movement that usually follws one. This is very important.
2:56 - Gil mentions how many people associate the gradual lack of movement as "ageing". We consider the lack of movement more a case of "use it or lose it!" It is never too late to work on your mobility.
4:35 - He continues on this thread, and discusses the concept that "Fuzz represents time."