massage

In my experience of training this special population, certain considerations must be taken into account in the weight room.
Training is the easy part. What happens the other 22 hours of the day is where the battle will be won or lost.
Jill discusses good pain versus bad pain, breaks myths about fascia, and explains how you can do too much rolling, plus much more.
Wonder what would happen if two mobility experts created a training kit? Here's your answer.
These products are a great way to reap the benefits of massage for your whole body.
Just fifteen minutes of massage can have significant effects on proprioception and strength after an intense workout.
Tired of suffering through your foam rolling sessions, only to experience no relief? The Original Worm might be just the thing for you.
Massage therapy can be an important part of the recovery process for weightlifters. (You are taking recovery time, right?) Here are all the ways a massage can help you lift more.
The original RumbleRoller is one of my favorite torture, I mean, self-myofascial release devices, so I was "delighted" to learn the line now includes massage balls and hand tools.
The Trigger Point Therapy Kit and GRID Foam Roller. The Theracane. The Power Stick. The AcuBall Kit. Find out why you might need these items and how they will enhance your performance.
As a health practitioner I use Graston Technique on my clients regularly. It was an injured athlete who originally created it to help heal a knee injury. Read on to find out how Graston can help you.
This week I am joined by Katie Carlo, the massage therapist at CrossFit Pacific Coast. Katie shares her tips for what to do before and after a massage.
Injuries happen, and when they do you want to make sure you're seeing the right specialist for either acupuncture, chiropractic, physical therapy, and massage. How do you pick which?
“My shoulder is really sore, I think it might be injured, what should I do?" Here's how to approach healing an injury - the 4 modalities I recommend, plus ICE and REST!
CrossFitters are willing to eat like a saint, train like an animal, and make sacrifices for performance. But it seems to take a catastrophic injury to get these folks to see a chiro, PT, etc.
We all know massages help tense muscles feel good, but now scientists show massage therapy also helps damaged muscles heal faster and could help arthritis as well.