Strong Reasons For Needing A Massage

Strong Reasons For Needing A Massage

For the next few weeks, I’m happy to hand over the Monday blogpost to one of Lake Bootcamp’s clients, Look Great, and massage therapist Amanda Mazzocchi.

Amanda is the owner of Restore Therapeutic Massage in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. Strong Reasons For Needing A Massage

There are countless health benefits to receiving therapeutic massage, both profitable and therapeutic. Being a boot camper like me,


I will focus and explain how therapeutic massage can help people who exercise regularly and energetically. I chose three.

They all have a common theme of injury prevention interfering with your fitness results. These are presented as a three-part series.

Strong Reasons For Needing A Massage
Strong Reasons For Needing A Massage

Today, we will focus on the fact that massage is very effective in treating overuse syndrome, that is, in reducing and preventing injuries.

Muscles are built through a process of breaking down and rebuilding stronger than before. When people do weight training, they literally throw microscopic tears into their muscles.

This is why they can’t rise any more at the end of the set and why they feel pain the next day. As a result of this exercise, your body naturally repairs and rebuilds muscles, making you stronger than before. In other words, bodybuilding.

Bigger, stronger reconstructed muscle fibers

This is a very natural and positive event, but in training programs repairs may not keep pace with dismantling. Result: Pain due to overuse.

Massage greatly restores the muscles of this cycle. Tight and tight muscles have very poor blood flow, and metabolic waste products and lactic acid from the breakdown process remain in the tissues, causing pain.

Massage significantly increases blood flow, literally flushes away waste products, and provides a new blood supply that carries the oxygen and nutrients needed to help muscles repair themselves.

Massage helps prevent symptoms from escalating and ultimately causes injuries due to overuse that requires a period of rest – and thus hinders fitness results!

Sports massage is an important part of an athlete and fitness training program. However, it is important to distinguish sports massage and therapy from relaxation and spa treatments.

To maximize training effectiveness, therapists need to have an extensive understanding of anatomy, physiology and injury to achieve improvement, not just relaxation.

Also, sports massage does not have to be painful to eliminate common misconceptions. It needs to be specific (that is, not just rubbing part of the body, but moving every muscle from the point of start to the insert). Tension muscles may soften,

but clients are always “in the driver’s seat” because they are associated with pain and pressure. Massage is not a “painless or non-profit” problem. It is definitely possible to get a massage that is too deep.

After the massage, you should always feel better, not painful. At any point during the massage, but more or less pressure on the therapist. Again, it is important to find a knowledgeable and experienced therapist.

Whether it’s my practice or other sources, I’ll tell you
Test the effectiveness of therapeutic massage!

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