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The benefits of sports massage for rugby players

Categories: Sports Massage
Tags: Rugby

So, we’re in the final stages of the Rugby World Cup and, although England didn’t perform quite as we’d hoped, there have been some excellent performances. All the players are under pressure to maintain peak performance at all times, with hardly any rest periods in between.

In addition to eating right, getting enough rest & recovery and perhaps even the odd ice bath, sports massage will play a key role in this recovery process.

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Open up your chest

Categories: Chest
Tags: Bad back, Posture

A common postural problem is hunching your shoulders forward, often caused by a weak back, weak core muscles and a tight chest. Standing up straight and tall requires a balancing act between your back, core and chest; if one is weaker or tighter than the other then it will put you off balance, leading to poor posture and a greater risk of developing pains and strains in the future.

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