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Athletic Performance Enhancement

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Athletic Performance Enhancement

Athletes of all kinds can benefit from Electro-Lymphatic Therapy (ELT) and Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD).  

Endurance athletes, weightlifters, and even Weekend Warriors can enjoy the flushing of metabolic waste produced by exercise.

ELT & MLD as well as myofascial massage can help prevent delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) as well as help to bring nutrients to tissues that have been overworked or damaged during exercise or muscle-building activities.

If you’re serious about staying in shape and maintaining your athletic performance, you have to treat your body right. That means making sure to have regular massages as well as getting good nutrition, plenty of sleep and exercise. Adding lymphatic massage to your wellness routine can boost your results, keeping you healthy and ready to take on the world—or whatever competition lies ahead of you! Here’s what you need to know about this great option for athletes who want to stay at their best.

What Does it Do?

Lymphatic massage purges the metabolic waste from tissues, helping you to recover faster. It also helps your immune system fight off infections and diseases and improves your circulation. In short, it can make a huge difference in your performance on game day!

When should I do it?

Try lymphatic massage before or after a workout for optimal results. If you have time before a competition or game, try doing it twice a day for three days prior to your event—that way, your body will be primed and ready to go when game time rolls around!

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Improve Performance – Be More Competitive

Athletes can improve performance, recover more quickly and reduce risk of injury through one simple treatment. A lymph massage isn’t a brand-new invention, but it’s getting a boost in popularity as modern athletes discover its many benefits. Some pro athletes—including tennis star Serena Williams, pro golfer Michelle Wie and Olympic swimming champ Michael Phelps—have hired lymph drainage specialists to help keep them healthy and performing at their best. If you’re an athlete looking for that competitive edge—or if you’d like to reduce your risk for injury or illness—learn more about how a lymph massage can benefit your active lifestyle.

Helping professional athletes

When it comes to fitness, professional athletes have been ahead of their peers since they first stepped onto a field. Because they rely on their bodies to make a living, professional athletes spend countless hours honing and perfecting their skills. And while there’s no guarantee that you’ll be able to reach your peak athletic potential by adopting or adapting any piece of advice from an athlete, there are certainly plenty of tips you can use to improve your performance at whatever you do. From investing in personal trainers to improving your diet, here’s how these amazing athletes train.

How it works

The lymph nodes act as filters in our bodies. The waste produced by muscles as a byproduct from exercising is naturally filtered away from muscle tissue and moves into our lymph nodes. You’ve probably heard that sweating is good for you—it is delivering nutrition and oxygen to tissues that are hungry.

Lymphatic massage technique is the most effective at pulling unwanted waste products away from muscles, which improves athletic performance. If you’re an athlete, consider trying lymphatic massage to improve your game!

When Should I Make an Appointment?

There are tons of benefits to lymphatic massage, including its ability to help with soreness and swelling from training. The best way to see these results is to make both pre and post-event appointments. For example, if you’re going for an event on Thursday, schedule an appointment for Wednesday afternoon and one for Friday morning. 

This way, your body has time to both prepare and recover/repair itself before your next session. It should be noted that lymphatic massage isn’t suitable for all athletes; it’s very gentle and shouldn’t cause any pain. However, people who are fatigued and overworked may find relief from frequent treatments during peak performance season.

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Recover Faster with
Post Op Massage. 
Feel Better Today.

Shannon Goins, Certified Lymphedema Therapist - Pain & Swelling Solutions, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Certified Cupping Therapist
Shannon Goins-Blair, CLT-LANA
Certified Lymphedema Therapist
Terapeuta linfática certificada

Having Trouble Making Your Appointment?

How to Use the Online Booking System

Recuperarse más rápido.
Sentirse mejor hoy.

Doy la bienvenida a los clientes
que hablan español.

Si no habla inglés, envíeme un mensaje de texto al 505-554-5185 o correo electrónico en español.

¡No hablo mucho español, pero estoy aprendiendo!

Puedo comunicarme contigo usando el traductor de google. Muchos de mis clientes no hablan inglés y no tengo problemas para comunicarme con ellos.

Pain & Swelling Solutions
NEW ADDRESS
2620 San Mateo Blvd NE, Suite E   
Albuquerque

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