What does fascia actually do? The fascia wraps around all of your internal parts and allows them to move with you. It’s strong, slippery and wet. It creates a sheath around each muscle; because it’s stiffer, it resists over-stretching and acts like an anatomical emergency
break. Your organs are connected to your ribs and your muscles, as well as all of your bones. Your insides are shaped in an engineering feat, using stressors as well as counter-stressors, to make a flexible, mobile and resilient unit. You don’t become a large, bone-laden blob. Zenaida Sierra was kind enough to recommend it. 
These researchers were at breakingmuscle.com
Additional information. A negative sensation that is accompanied by a tendency to withdraw or a regional tension. Sometimes these tensions may manifest themselves as trigger points. A trigger point is an area where dysfunction occurs. This refers to the sensation in another part or body. It can happen in predictable patterns. Drs. Janet Travell and David Simons first mapped these patterns accurately in the now-famous manual Myofascial Dysfunction. There are many triggers point therapies attempt to shut down these signals with sustained pressure
These can provide quick relief of pain. Although this is a valuable tool, it does not give the full picture. It’s kind of like cutting the wire to the check engine light
. While the irritating sound that you hear when driving is no longer there, it still indicates an engine problem. Charlese Heard, Genoa, Italy last revised this 32-days ago 
Fascia surrounds muscles and other soft tissue with a transparent plastic-like material. Fascia’s rubber bands-like qualities allow your body to return to its original form after it has been stretched. During assisted RFST, we continue to elongate fascia and the individual resists to the point that the fascia’s tensile strength is exceeded. This causes it to shred. The body can move more easily by reducing the buildup of fascia. Resistance Flexibility Training is a technique that allows you to resist being stretched while you are being pushed by an assistant. This literally removes layers upon layers of fascia. The fascia is then removed by the circulatory system
Your lymphatic system will clean it and later eliminate the waste by sweating, urination and defecation. Travious Rutherford of Barquisimeto in Venezuela, for sharing this with us.