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As Coach Keefe says from Strength and Performance, "Every athlete or avid gym goer should be getting some form of sports treatment, from a relaxing, flushing massage right up to deep myofascial release. It all works, its just when to use each one to the benefit of your training. You have to treat each massage like training itself, so after hard strenuous training sessions I would recommend more of a flushing, lymphatic and circulatory based massage, as this will aid in blood flow and the repair of the muscle tissues, plus it will help relax you!! Save the deep tissue therapy for days when you aren't going so hard in the gym."
|Early remedial treatment on neck/shoulder muscles|
|Craig demonstrating his skill|
|Early arrivals taking time to consider moves and watch others on the problems before it got busy|
|Total focus and determination on the final move.....|
|Receiving soft tissue therapy to forearms...tired from climbing, or treating an underlying issue caused by daily postural biomechanics?|
|The tricky spot prize problem....not many topped out on this one!|
|Jordan Buys receiving post-contest soft tissue therapy and missing his prize being awarded!! Thankfully Naomi was on hand to collect it for him.|
|Paul being lifted and dropped by the prize winning ladies.....causing lots of amusement!|