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Summer Sports Survival Guide

Summer Sports Survival Guide


As you pound the pavement for hundreds of miles during your marathon training program, repeatedly swing a golf club throughout the summer tournament season or perfect your backhand on the tennis courts, it’s important to incorporate recovery time into your sports training program to remain strong mentally and physically.

Whether you are a casual weekend athlete or an intense competitor, you tax and push your mind and body to extreme levels as you attempt to accomplish your goal of finishing your first race, increasing your performance or breaking a personal record. Get into the zone of relief by setting aside time to relax, recuperate and re-energize your tired, sore muscles throughout your training and competition season.

Release Tension and Stress from Intense, Repetitive Training Day-to-day training builds your body’s strength and conditioning levels to help you successfully accomplish your competition goals. Repetitive training, though, also builds up tension in your muscles and stresses your tendons and joints, which can lead to injury and decreased performance levels.

Your body builds up lactic acid and waste while training. To help your training and competition to go longer and stronger you need to flush out the waste. Massage can help flush out the waste allowing for better reduction in muscle soreness to help keep you at your peak.

Unleash the Power of Mental Drive and Focus In addition to preparing their bodies, athletes also need to focus on maintaining strong mental health throughout their training and competition. Massage is an excellent tool to help athletes achieve peace of mind and manage the mental stress of competing. Massage is all about bringing the mind, body and spirit to work together on the same playing field, allowing for the achievement of total body wellness.

A healthy mind is a healthy body. Creating a state of relaxation, massage can help not only your muscles, but your memory as well. You end up with more confidence and focus which is essential for athletes.

Get Into the Relief Zone with Post-Event Massage After athletes expend all of their energy and exhaust their bodies during a sports competition, it’s important to move into recovery mode. This is the time for mind and body recuperation and healing to begin. A post-event massage can help decrease recuperation time and facilitate a quicker recovery period as the use of slower, longer compression and kneading strokes flush out any waste and acid buildup that has accumulated in the athlete’s muscles during the event.

If you want to experience the benefits of massage, please contact our studio to book with one of our trained therapists.

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