As long as you are moving, reciprocal inhibition is active. It's an important nervous system response that turns off certain muscle groups when others are active, allowing your body to move with little resistance. Understanding how reciprocal inhibition works can also help you move in a more relaxed way and improve flexibility more quickly. In this video, David shows you how.
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Brilliant way to describe RI - thank you David