Post weight to BTWB
Today we are going to have an impromptu recovery center at Verve.
Jason Thompson from Mya Therapy will be at the gym with his table from 5 – 7 PM. Many of you are already familiar with Jason but for those of you that aren’t, here is a little information about his company.
Mya Therapy is a mobile massage company operated and owned by Jason Thompson as the massage therapy specialist serving the Denver area and its surrounding neighborhood. Mya Therapy is mobile, that means we come to you where ever you need our massage we will be there. Mobile massage with Mya Therapy allows you to relax, feel rejuvenated, and maintain a healthy lifestyle in the comfort of your own home. One massage with Mya Therapy has been proven to reduce your stress levels by 53%. Your source for wellness, relaxation and a better quality of life.
Also tomorrow, The Compex traveling trailer will be at Verve with some of their units so that our members can test them out and see how the Compex stimulation units work. If you’re not familiar with the electric muscle stimulation here’s a brief introduction to the benefits.
Electric muscle stimulation trains your muscles in a way that traditional workouts alone can’t. A “best kept secret” that many elite athletes and fitness enthusiasts use to enhance their workouts and training programs, electric muscle stimulation (EMS), also known as neuromuscular electric stimulation, muscle stim or e-stim, is delivered through a small device that sends electronic pulses to your nerve fibers in order to create involuntary muscle contractions.
Your normal workouts (voluntary muscle contraction) activate as many as 30% of your muscle fibers. But when you add Compex electric muscle stimulation to your training, you maximize your muscular effort by reaching up to 100% of your muscle fibers-both Type 1 slow twitch muscle (endurance) and Type 2 fast twitch muscle (power and explosiveness). That means maximum efficiency with maximum results.
Should be a really fun day tomorrow with of these great companies on hand.