What can The Stick do for me?

30 Sep

 By rolling your muscles with The Stick you can:

 

→Improve Strength

→Increase Flexibility

→Extend Endurance

→Accelerate Recovery Time

→Reduce Muscle Soreness, Stiffness & Pain

→Prepare Muscle for Rigors of Activity

→Flush Muscle from Rigors of Activity

 

How and why does this happen?

 

The simple answer is….. A Healthy Muscle is a Responsive Muscle!!

The more complex answer is….. When muscles are sore, they are recovering from injury.  An injured muscle cannot perform the same as a healthy muscle.  In most cases, if treatment is not applied to an injured muscle, another injury may take place.

 

More precisely……. Trigger points (knots) and lesions (tears) can form in a muscle from a result of excersice or activity. It is well known that massage and self-massage techniques are applied to repair muscles that are injured and sore.  By using The Stick muscle soreness and further injury can be addressed and treated.

 

Please visit www.ZealousVitality.ca for more details.

  

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3 Responses to “What can The Stick do for me?”

  1. Ken October 11, 2008 at 10:15 pm #

    The intent of this blog entry is to start a conversation about some of the benefits of The Stick.

    The Stick is a massage tool that increases the circulation of blood and therefore also increases oxygen to muscles. With increased nutrients and oxygen reaching muscles, they (muscles) can only be happy! Think of yourself when you simply have a healthy meal and maybe go for a walk. The result is you are happy. Happy muscles means muscles that are ready to take on anything that comes their way.

    That is why THE STICK IS SO GREAT! —HAPPY, HEALTHY MUSCLES!!!

  2. Ken October 11, 2008 at 11:00 pm #

    i AGREE

  3. Ken Zelez November 23, 2008 at 10:51 pm #

    Here is a website I have found with very recent comments about The Stick.
    http://www.runnerslounge.com:80/forums/messages.cfm?threadid=5D700BCE-1372-636C-DD0EAEFF8012BD92&r=1

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