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Also known as myofascial release, plain old foam-rolling — no vibrations required — stimulates fascia, the thin layer of connective tissue that surrounds your muscles.
Look for dead or branches or palm fronds that could hit your roof, fascia or windows and cause structural damage.
The interior was like new and the exterior was marred only by some scratches on the rear fascia.
Despite the initial controversy, the Cherokee rode the crossover wave to big sales, and so Jeep is just now getting around to addressing the model’s strange look with a revised front fascia and a redone rear, as seen in these spy pictures.
Surrounding these compartments is a rather inflexible tissue called a fascia.
Last year’s redesign gave the RAV4 a sleeker, more fluid look, with a bolder front fascia.
Basically, according to FasciaBlaster founder and guru Ashley Black, fascia is connective tissue in our bodies that divides our muscles and surrounds every structure of the human body.
Judging from the teaser images BMW has provided, the exterior of the 30 Years American seems to give up stylish malice in the hood, forgoing the production car’s bulging power dome while adding it in the lower front fascia.
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Origin and Etymology of fascia
First Known Use: 1563See Words from the same year
FASCIA Defined for English Language Learners
medical Definition of fascia
fascialplay \-(ē-)əl\ adjective
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