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The benefits of a massage

The benefits of a massage

Natural gestures: an essential complement?

For those who set high goals, massage is an essential complement to regular training.
Watch the pros on the Tour de France!
Well, we don't always have the time or the means to call a physiotherapist... But we can pamper ourselves!
Without realizing it, we practice these gestures every day. They are natural gestures. Almost reflexes.

Have you ever noticed that when a small discomfort appears, we tend to massage and rub the unpleasant part?
Obviously, in case of strong muscular pain, contracture, tear, fracture or skin wound, the massage can be disadvised and never save to consult a doctor when it concerns your health.
Otherwise, the goal is to improve your comfort, your muscular recovery, erase the after-effects of a discomfort or an effort to start again on the right foot.

The key moments of a good massage

Before exercise, a tonic massage or friction stimulates blood circulation, prepares your muscles, warms them up and releases the first endorphins. It should be done at the right time (about 15 minutes before exercise) and should not last too long, so as not to relax the muscle too much.
During your exercise, take a break to massage yourself. Combined with some stretching, you will limit the appearance of cramps.
But it is especially after the effort that the massage will have its greatest effectiveness.

Recovery with Elemat

Combined with ELEMAT products, it will reduce the recovery time. The ideal is to wait a little after the training. This is the time to let go, take a warm shower, relax your muscles and get into condition. Then, the massage will be more effective, it will reduce your muscle fatigue and ease your pain.
Before, during and after, it's your #TEMPSZERO. By evacuating the toxins in the vessels irrigating your muscles, you will avoid aches and pains and already prepare the next step.
Come on, you did it all for this...

Mat

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