The regeneration strategies include muscle regeneration sessions to help you balance the work you put into your training sessions with movements designed to help your body recover efficiently. Think of it as keeping your body ready to face the demands of your next bout of training.
Movements in these sessions focus on soft tissue self-massage utilizing a foam roll and trigger point ball, as well as flexibility routines. These strategies will help you rebalance the length and tension of your muscles, break up knots and reduce stiffness, and increase circulation to flush your system and re-energize your body.
Total-Body Regeneration – 20 minutes
This session uses self-massage strategies to address the quality of your muscle tissue throughout your entire body, from head to toe. A great way to finish a tough workout, you’ll want to do this after every training session once you experience the benefits of giving your muscles a massage. You’ll feel better afterwards, limit post-workout soreness, and encourage your body to recover faster from training.
Targeted Relief of Aches and Pain - 10 minutes each
(Hip and Knee Pain, Lower Back and Hip Pain, Shoulder and Neck Pain)
These sessions use targeted self-massage strategies to relieve tension in your muscles and remove stress from problem areas that cause your aches and pain. These targeted problem areas include: (i) Hip and Knee Pain, (ii) Lower Back and Hip Pain, and (iii) Shoulder and Neck Pain. In addition to alleviating pain, these routines will help you move better and help reduce your risk for further pain or injury.
Flexibility Focus – 5 minutes each
These two sessions include fundamental flexibility moves. You’ll need a stretch strap for one session, but no equipment for the other routine. Both sessions help rebalance your body, prevent stiffness and tension, and restore the proper length in your muscles required to perform your best.
The regeneration strategies help facilitate recovery, which is a critical component to any training program. This helps bring balance back to the body and enhance the body's response to the training stimulus. Movements in these sessions focus on soft tissue release utilizing a foam roll and trigger point ball, as well as flexibility routines. These strategies will help you re-establish the length and tension of your muscles, break up knots, reduce stiffness, and increase circulation to flush your system and re-energize your body.