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You'll be directed through to the full 72+ trigger charts. You'll also get a free video course delivered to your mailbox so you can find and switch off trigger points - fast.

Here's what you'll receive when you enter your email address:

> A great FREE Trigger Point Chart Resource – see all the major muscles with their trigger points mapped out...
> Get self treatment techniques for trigger pain (even in those ‘impossible to reach areas’)...
> What to do about SEVERE and chronic Trigger Point muscle spasms…
> Get safe stretches and exercises to help you build muscle strength and begin your normal active life again…

Instructions: Just click on the part of your body that is painful, and then click on the muscle names to see which trigger points could be causing your pain.

Use the charts to find trigger points anywhere in your body. Trigger points re small areas of spasm within your muscle. They can cause pain at the site of the trigger point - or in another area.

Fortunately, these pain referall patterns remain constant in different people, so they have been carefully mapped. This means that you can use the images above to find which trigger points may be responsible muscle pain you may be experiencing.

To begin, select the front or back of the man in the picture - depending on where you feel your pain. Then click on the area where you are feeling pain.

When you do this, a selection of different muscles will appear - all possible candidates for the cause of your pain.

The next step involves going through each muscle, and seeing if the pain patterns in the diagrams correspond to the pain you feel.

So - click on one of the muscle names and you will to through to a more detailed picture of that muscle. There will be X's - these show the location of trigger points in that muscle.

When you run your cursor over the X's the pain referral pattern of the trigger point will be shown in red. You can then use your own judgement to see whether that distribution of pain is the same as what you are feeling.

If so, then it's likely that you have these trigger points.

If you don't know how to examine for trigger points, then watch this video to get detailed instructions.

Trigger points are a little known, but at times signification source of pain for many people. Treating them can reduce chronic pain, and increase flexibility and ease of movement.

Knowledge of how to find and release trigger points is a valuable skill you can use to improve your quality of life - as well as the fitness and health of those around you.