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Thursday, 05 February 2015 00:00

The Benefits of a Sports Massage for Athletes

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As a Personal Trainer and competitive athlete in 2 sports, Martial Arts and Obstacle Racing, my life is all about movement, fitness, performance and pushing my boundaries.

For those who think that working in the office is the easiest job there is, think again.

E-commerce is such a trend these days and so many people are easily lured by the incredibly cheap deals available through some of the most popular e-commerce sites.

Hi Will. So, please tell us the basics first: who are you, and what do you do?

Sunday, 12 October 2014 00:00

How Dancers Benefit From Massage Therapy

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All dancers customarily feel various pains in their body. It is simply part of the territory.

Lower back pain is a common complaint of people of all ages, medical backgrounds and lifestyles, and it is one of the most prevalent reasons to visit a doctor.

Back pain is said to be one of the most common and perhaps the oldest of all medical complaints in the the world.

In the world of sports, even the slightest advantage can make a difference.

If you are an office worker, you spend practically a third of your day sitting hunched over a computer. As such, it does not come as a surprise that musculoskeletal conditions like neck, shoulder and back pain can be attributed to long hours of sitting.

You don’t have to be an established sportsman to suffer a sports injury. In fact, a considerable percentage of patients that seek treatment for the most common sports-related injuries like Achilles tendinitis, groin strain, shin splints, back pains, knee pains, pulled muscles, and others are regular folks lightly dabbling in sports and other physical activities.

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