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Release stuck stress with MELTOver a decade ago Sue Hitzmann was at the height of her career as an international fitness presenter and instructor She appeared to be in perfect health yet she was experiencing debilitating pain in her foot With a master's degree in exercise science and advanced training in neuromuscular therapy she thought it would be easy to find out what was going on in her body but even the most prominent doctors and physical therapists couldn't explain what was wrong Although she was only in her twenties Hitzmann's career was threatened and her uality of life was in declineHitzmann learned the hard way that di. Interesting method I give the method itself 5 starsUnfortunately Sue HItzmann cannot write The book is a hot mess It s repetitive play a drinking game for every mention of hydrated die of alcohol poisoning midway through and convoluted how many times are we shown the same damn pictures of the foot treatment or hand treatmentShallow thinking rears its ugly head early on when we read on p 25 In the year 2000 an Internet search using the keyword fascia yielded only 1500 results Today that number is 43 million and rising rapidly This is a fairly meaningless statistic the Internet has grown and search engines have changed Internet searches for the term spaghetti or mechanical pencils would show similar growth proving pretty much nothing It s hard to rely on an author s research when they attempt to pass this type of factoid off as weightyAnd I m okay with the concept that she feels vibrations but I m NOT okay with hearing about it couched in terms of breathless amazement so many times that it becomes apparent that in her own mind she s a super special snowflakeEDITED TO ADD If you want a coherent book on self treating fascia for greater mobility get The Roll Model by Jill Miller I wish I d waited and just purchased that one instead

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Et exercise and muscular strength are not the foundation of a healthy pain free body As she sought the true source of her pain she radically changed her focus from fitness to hands on bodyworkIn her uest to live an active pain free life she became fascinated by the emerging science of connective tissue or fascia which surrounds all aspects of your body including your muscles bones nerves and organs The researchers she met were discovering that connective tissue the system of the body that supports protects and stabilizes was responsive adaptable and renewable What Hitzmann came to realize is that connective tissue dehydration is. I get tired of authors who claim to have invented a way of exercising or eating or even breathing The majority of the book tries to convince the reader that the author s discoveries about body awareness and rolling are to be followed in a strict seuence when really I find that the rolling exercises themselves can be found in many places and explained much succinctly The exercises themselves are fine but all the blah blah was just a waste of time There are much better books and internet sites out there that tell you all you need to know without participating in The MELT Method

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The underlying cause of the daily aches stiffness and strain that leads to pain as well as weight gain sleep problems and many other seemingly unrelated issues Through her personal exploration and private practice she developed the MELT MethodMELT can help you fall asleep easily and sleep soundly have energy during the day improve your posture reduce stress and tension shed excess body fat and reduce celluliteWhile it may seem too good to be true it's worked for than 50000 people And now it can work for you Live your best most youthful and vibrant life possible Free yourself of chronic pain and be healthy and active with MELTĀ . Poorly written Too much focus put on arguing why the melt method is important and the author s struggle to impress its importance Lacking and redundant


10 thoughts on “The MELT Method

  1. says:

    Interesting method I give the method itself 5 starsUnfortunately Sue HItzmann cannot write The book is a hot mess It's re

  2. says:

    I found the presentationwriting style off putting initially It seemed that the first several chapters were just a lot of words and paragraphs that didn't tellteach me anything Being a group fitness instructor and personal trainer for the past 20 years I'm uite accustomed to reading and comprehending anatomy physiology and medical jargon While

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    took a long long time to reach the section on what to actually do

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    Last year I spent many months with a therapeutic masseuse who released the effects of years of broken bones sprains an old whiplash and concussion injuries through what I now know was myofascial release I have been relieved of so many aches and pains that I didn't even know I had because they had always been in my bodyThis book a

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    I think this book might be useful for those with patience than me I saw the author on a health show can't remember which and she was so inter

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    I get tired of authors who claim to have invented a way of exercising or eating or even breathing The majority of the book tries to convince the reader that the author's discoveries about body awareness and rolling are to be followed in a strict seuence when really I find that the rolling exercises themselves can be found in many places and e

  7. says:

    A book that describes how to use balls and other simple techniues to overcome pain and fatigue I like the book but

  8. says:

    Poorly written Too much focus put on arguing why the melt method is important and the author's struggle to impress its importance La

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    I am not thrilled with the presentation of her information It is highly repetitive and I had to power through this book T

  10. says:

    This book can be a lifesaver for those with chronic back pain After following the techniues for the past 4 months I can unlock my SI joint and upper back without seeing a physiotherapist or chiropractor who I was