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Category: Sports Massage

What Runners Need to Know About Sports Massage

Categories: Sports Massage, Running
Tags: Runners, running, Roko, Running Injuries

As a runner, you know the familiar sting of post-workout fatigue, tight muscles and exercise-induced injury. These are common issues that all runners face, all of which can be alleviated with the help of a professional sports massage.

There’s a popular misconception that sports massage is only for the top-tier athletes of the sporting world, and that amateur exercisers can’t benefit from professional massage services. Although originally designed for sportspeople, sports massage has been found to have great benefits for individuals of all skill level and can alleviate a wide variety of tensions, injuries and postural issues!

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Ways to prevent back pain

Categories: Sports Massage, Massage
Tags: Bad back

Back pain will affect most of us, at some point in our lives. It’s a very common problem, and there are many ways that we can damage or injure our back – whether it’s a sudden wrong move or repeated bad posture. We often turn to the painkillers as our first port of call, however if the reason for your back pain is lifestyle-related, then the pain is likely to keep returning.

Below are 3 things for you to do as preventative measures for back pain:

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Pain in the backside

Categories: Sports Massage, Deep Tissue Massage
Tags: hip pain, pain in the bum, glutes, piriformis

One of the most important areas of the body is the hips. It connects the upper half of your body to the lower half, and around the back of your hips you’ll find what are called your gluteal muscles, or glutes for short (your bum muscles!)

The glutes consist of 3 muscles: gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and gluteus minimus, and tightness in these muscles can dramatically affect other areas of the body as we compensate for this. Underneath these, there is another muscle called the piriformis, and tightness in this can sometimes cause sciatic symptoms down the leg. Everyday use, combined with lots of sitting down or driving, leads to tension in the glutes/piriformis, so here are 3 things that you can do to prevent tightness in this area.

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What's the difference between sports and deep tissue massage?

Categories: Sports Massage, Deep Tissue Massage

 

We all love a good massage, but how do you know which one is right for you? Massages vary greatly in strength and technique, using a variety of methods that consist of physical stimulation of your muscles and your skin. So how can you tell the difference between the massages? In this blog I thought I would explain the difference between two of Adjust's most common massages, Sports massage and Deep Tissue massage.

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Why does sports massage hurt?

Categories: Sports Massage
Tags: pain

I'm sure that by now you all know the amazing benefits of getting a sports massage, and have experienced these benefits first hand if you've been in for a massage with me, but sports massage is not always the most comfortable of experiences whilst it's happening.

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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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