Why You Should Focus on Stretching & Foam Rolling in 2019

Injury begins and ends with bad habits that are formed over a long period of time. As active people, working professionals, athletes, mothers and fathers we tend to ignore the signs & symptoms related to pre-injury potential until it is too late. Understanding and identifying the reason you were injured is not as important as the steps you should take to lift yourself out of the compromised state of injury. Factors that play a role in pre-injury include; Over training, poor [...]

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Foam Rolling Basics

  For Those of you who do not know me, my name is Mark Harman, the inventor of the Atlas Foam Roller & Stretch Therapy Methods based out of Dallas, TX. Before I could teach my clients and customers how to become flexible & take care of their musculoskeletal injuries I had to perfect all possible […]

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Stretching & Foam Rolling is the Healthiest Focus in 2018

  My Lifestyle Focuses On Wellness vs Western Over the past 5 years I have focused on a non-traditional lifestyle enriched plan. Much of my success is from thr Anti-high Fructose-low-gluten-real-food-vs-fake-food” plan that is a lifestyle that is sustainable & healthy. In addition to my healthy lifestyle focus I rely on natural healing essential oils, […]

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Yes Atlas Stretch Therapy Was Featured In The Observer!

The Dallas observer featured Atlas Stretch Therapy as an  effective alternative way to improve athletic performance. They agree that performance can be improved by using a foam roller combined with stretching. Both assist in recovery from a hard workout, back injury and much more. Stretch Therapy in Dallas is the best way to recover from back […]

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Why A Smooth Non-Textured Foam Roller Is Preferred

  “We can all agree a smooth car ride is more enjoyable than a bumpy inconsistent trip to your favorite destination. Foam rolling should be an extremely enjoyable experience, that is why smooth instead of textured rollers are still #1.”  Mark Harman Throughout my journey to find the best foam rolling & back pain therapy […]

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Misconceptions Common To Foam Rolling & Self-Myofascial Release

  1. "Is a foam roller suitable for lower back pain?" Yes. Foam rollers are complementary for the size, morphology, density and direction of your overall muscle structure (musculoskeletal structure), especially for the lower back muscles that are hard to penetrate. Most lower back pain is associated with muscle tension and disjointedness. The handles on the Atlas Foam Roller allow you to control the amount of pressure you place on your lower back; you can either choose to lightly graze that area or dig in to the deep knots and tension in the dense muscle tissue. Throughout my own experience I have seen [...]

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