Fascia Layers and Anatomy 101

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There are different types of fashion in your body. First, you have something called superficial, fashio, your superficial, fashio you’ll, find it right underneath your skin and all you have to do is pinch and you’ll get that fatty layer I mean you can find it on your tricep. So it feels different here. Tension on your face feels different here. The superficial fascia is different, depending on where it is on your body, your forehead fatty layer very, very thin, compared to well your tush fashio. Then we have the next layer underneath that which I’m going to skip I’m ready to go to the deepest layer called deep fascia.

So your deep fascia, like your IT band, would be considered a deep fascia. Your thoracolumbar fascia would be considered a deep fascia. This patch is very organized: it’s not springy and and gooey, like your superficial, fascia, then there’s an intermediate layer between the superficial and the deep fascia, and you can find that by grabbing a pinch, this is my forearm and then trying to slide that pinch, north-south-east-west or Even twist ring or pluck at it, and what you’re getting at here is what’s called the loose fashio layer or the fascial interface. This is a layer that permits slide from one zone to another, so we have superficial Pacha. We have loose fascia. We also have deep fascia, but then we have myofascial what myofascial so to describe.

Myofascial I’ll bring in my friend, also known as my husband, who’s gon na help us to figure out how to describe my aphasia. So each one of our fingers are actually individual muscle cells, magnified like 10,000 X, then you’ll use a last a band and wrap around each individual muscle cell. So at this level the fascia wrapping around the muscle cell is called the endo Museum. Then the these muscle cells that are wrapped in they’re in the museo fascia are further wrapped by the same fashio, and this is called Paramecium and at this level, when these cells are bonded together with they’re in the museum they’re SQUOZE together by this next level of Fashio we call this a hairy, fascia or rather a peri Museum when these fascicles come together, they’re wrapped yet again by epimysium. So at this stage we actually have a myofascial structure, but that myofascial structure might be reinforced by even more fashio deep fascia. Really.

What we have now is my own fascist. When you hear somebody talk about a muscle, a muscle is always a myofascial. It’S muscle cells plus fashio, although we can have fashio, we can have superficial fascia. That does not have muscle, but a myofascial always has muscle, and this is how you get a fashion family,

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