31 October, 2019
Using the spa after training helps you to calm down and achieve well-being, with the energy totally recharged.
We often associate the spa with moments of relaxation and well-being, and it is also an excellent ally in rpassive training after training, which can be a great help to achieve it physical and mental well-being and for improve your sports performance.
Incorporating a session into the spa in your sports habits can be a great way to work 'invisible' training.
A good training plan that allows you to achieve your sports goals must contemplate the invisible training. He is called 'invisible' because it is all that goes on between a physical exercise session and the following: rest, nutrition and muscular recovery activities.
All these aspects have the same importance as sports practice, and they can be key in the game.Achieve your goals and improve performance.
A good session in the spa helps you:
In a spa you can find different spaces, each one with its characteristics:
If you want to decrease the muscular tone and deactivate the body pain, make a session of sauna at room temperature between 80 and 90 degrees to increase blood circulation. In addition, you will eliminate liquids and toxins through sweating and clean the airways.
It is advisable to do 1 or 2 strokes per week and 48 hours before the competition or strong training. Hydrate well before, during and after each session.
Another thing you can do is a hydromassage bath that is very appropriate for periods of crackling. With this you will achieve muscle relaxation, neurological deactivation, increased blood circulation and decreased muscle tone.
It is advisable to do 2 hits per week and 48 hours before the competition or strong training. The bathroom must last about 15 minutes.
Another very appropriate measure to reduce pain, contractures or crunchiness is a very cold water bath with or without gel. In this way you will activate the blood circulation and you will achieve muscle relaxation and sedation. The more ice and the more cold the water is, the greater the sedation and the anti-inflammatory effect you will get on the sore area.
It is advisable to do so after a strong training or have participated in a competition. The duration of the immersion of the sore area must be between 3 and 8 minutes.
If you want to achieve circulatory drainage and muscle relaxation for those days when you have the feeling of heavy legs it is very positive to alternate baths between hot water and cold water at intervals of 3 minutes in hot water and 1 minute in cold water . You must repeat 3 hits.
All Clubs claror They have a spa area and waters with saunas, themed showers, iscines with thermal effects and hydromassage.
And if you want a total experience, visit the Spa and its thalassotherapy area.
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