Benefits of Massage Therapy for Serious Weightlifters

Benefits of Massage Therapy for Serious Weightlifters

Now that Sports Massage Therapy has been widely recognized for its numerous benefits for professional and amateur athletes, many other physical endurance sports are turning to massage for the same relief and treatment—including serious weightlifters.
The physical effects of massage can significantly improve a weightlifter’s recovery and endurance by alleviating pain and reducing potential for injury. Soft-tissue treatment is one of the most important aspects of the recovery process for weightlifters, and massage therapy has evolved into one of the most preferred methods. After either competitions or high-intensity workouts, massage plays a crucial role in preventing injury for those overused and overloaded muscles.
The main impact of sports massage therapy is increasing the body’s circulation of blood while removing toxins. This is accomplished by specific massage techniques that can aid in moving fluid through the circulatory system—helping to repair damaged muscles by increasing blood and oxygen flow. Waste products and toxins are removed through this increased circulation and new oxygen is supplied.
If you’re interested in exploring a career and profession in Sports Massage Therapy, give The Soma Institute in Chicago a call. Their 11 and 15-month Clinical Massage Therapy program trains students in the many elements and modalities of massage therapy—including sports massage therapy. Call Soma at 1.800.694.5314, or visit their website today to learn more,

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