Tennis is an amazing game and stresses the body in a variety of ways that any other sport doesn't even come close too. From the weekend player to the every day enthusiast, we can help you "Ace" more serves & keep you playing at the top of your game.
Golf is easily the most under rated sport when it comes to body stress and fatigue. The golf swing itself takes and creates an amazing amount of energy that our muscles absolutely need recovery therapy to maintain top performace.
Cross Fit Grinders
The "Cross-Fit" revolution is in full swing these days and while the workouts can be amazing, they can sometimes feel like a grind due to over-training or poor recovery techniques. Routine massage has been proven to be critical to top performance, and Cross Fit enthusiasts are no exception.
The importance of massage for athletes is clear and sports science has concluded that anybody that is serious about using their body in any physical activity can indeed benefit from this form of therapy. You need to remember that your body is your vehicle to move and massage just helps you to keep it in tip top condition and reduce the chances of developing various injuries no matter the sport that you partake in.
Of course in order to get the most out of your massage it is always best to use the services of a professional massage therapist who not only knows how to massage the muscles, but also understands the physical stresses that you place your body under whilst doing sport. Obviously anybody can learn how to do a basic massage, but only a certified professional will understand the areas of the body placed under most stress for tennis players, or how to rejuvenate individual muscles in the shoulder, back, and hips for golfers. Would you know how to ease that lactic acid build up through massage if you were involved in crossfit training? Probably not and your body could suffer as a result.
Professional massage therapy encourages the tissue and muscle to recover from the damage that is caused by you doing some form of exercise. A correctly applied massage boosts the blood flow, but there is more to it than just rubbing muscles for a period of time. Instead, sports science has indicated that there are various forms of massage that can be beneficial to an athlete and knowing how to do those different types of massage is something that can only be achieved by studying and direct experience.
The importance of massage for athletes is clear and it should play an integral role in your recovery from a tough work out session, round of golf, game of tennis, or any other sport that you may be involved in. Have a massage done correctly and your body will benefit in a short period of time and you can also boost your chances of recovering from an injury, so put yourself in the hands of a professional and feel the benefit now.