In theory, yes, I used to go for a massage after dragging the iron, it seemed like it was better, now I'm used to the loads, I manage with the Veltis pulse massager, where it hurts, I put it there, for example, on the biceps, for example, first on the right then not left rock, about an hour, helps.
Brings. At least to improve trophism after strength training. It also promotes the utilization of metabolic products.
Relaxation of trained muscles, increased venous outflow, relieves pain syndrome, disappears the effect of fatigue.
Certainly brings, if you follow the principle of indications / contraindications. Massage helps to dispose of waste products (substances - waste that are formed as a result of muscle work), massage can help remove excess fluid, massage can increase / decrease muscle tone, speed up - improve blood - lymph circulation ... etc ..
I regularly work with athletes. From my own experience and their feedback, I can judge that athletes who regularly do massage recover faster after training than people who do not visit the massage room. Naturally, I mean specialized sports massage, not relaxation or anti-cellulite;)
Good afternoon. Yes, post-workout massage is very good. And if you use a corrective massage, the effect will be wonderful. Call us, we will consult you for free
Best regards, Biospaklinik
Good day! Sure!!! Muscles after active training are often spasmodic, massage is the best way to eliminate muscle tension!
Sincerely, Beaver Clinic