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When you hear, "myofascial release", most Athletes think of recovery products like a foam-roller or possibly TriggerPoint balls, but did you know that Myofascial Release is also a hands-on therapy that can unlock your best performance?

Abel Rendon of Rendon Therapy possess two doctorates of Physical Therapy and is on the cutting-edge of this powerful healing therapy.

Dr. Rendon preaches a little-known medical reality that, "length over strength, heals." This is a concept that seeks to treat tissues that are chronically shortened for long periods of time, which is common-place in cycling, through lengthening and stretching, not further strengthening or shortening.

Beyond an incredibly effective way to heal dysfunctional tissues and over-use injuries, myofascial release therapy can be used to help Athletes avoid injury in the first place, "stay in the game" longer, and perform better.

This podcast episode is dedicated to myofascial release in an interview with one of the industries top practitioners, Dr. Abel Rendon of Rendon Therapy. It's a deep-dive into this powerful therapy and offers ways to incorporate a home-practice into your training routine.

It's a great episode, one you don't want to miss!

For more information about Rendon Therapy, check them out on Social Media, online (, or give their office a call at 909-796-0012.

Do you need some well-built and highly functional gear to support your cycling adventures?

Of course you do! Be sure to check out the BWC collection of Pedal Industries gear including the incredible Race Day Bag at the link below!

We hope you enjoy this episode of the BWC Podcast and it will help you work toward being your very best in your upcoming events!


Until Next Time, Be Safe, Train Hard, & Have Fun!

-Brian and Joy McCulloch
Big Wheel Coaching, Inc.


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