Sports Massage Hove
Sports Massage Brighton And Hove
Lock down in Brighton and hove
Sports massage Hove had to close its doors in mid march due to the corona virus.
So what have I been doing in the lock down?
It's a bloody good question! I honestly don't know definitely struggling with home schooling then giving up and then feeling guilty of not home schooling- this spiral is still continuing! I realise I’m more of a active person than a sit down desk kind of guy. (obviously it’s all about the teacher) So we have been out side learning instead. Lots of outside activities I was using our one hour a day exercise normally exploring the trees, bike ramps bluebells the list goes on.
Digging at the allotment, the allotment has been my really saving grace! Slowly organise the chaos, to a lovely more organised allotment with loads of slow worms (slow worms can live in the wild to up to 30 years) Honestly I don't know how I would of coped with out the allotment.
Running up and down Hove seafront running through her park but ..
I badly sprained my ankle and was on crutches for a week or so. I have many new ways of recovering from bad ankle strains, what really helped my recovery was I sat my foot in the coal bucket for four days!
Yoga –just re found yoga, a 30 day challenge and is incredible how much is help my mental state and making me a lot more calmer, open to things, which is really refreshing it Is a link to it. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9T0rODp2rcvXDagow8XpBTAtAs5HCHqP
Cycling – I’ve been doing lots of cycling with my son, around hove, to Brighton marina , the cycling together to our privet beach in Shoreham harbour, cycling on the downs, Worthing – I got new bike for my birthday.
I plan to open Sports Massage Hove Soon, when it safe potentially the July 4th, but it depends on public healthe England and the infection rate being very low.
I look forward to seeing all my sports massage clients in Brighton and hove Soon!
Nick is a Sports Massage Therapist working in Brighton and Hove
I have started running – yes running you herd me – I’m trying to loose weight for a Brazilin Jujitsu competition and I thought I give running a go.
I did previously try to run in a past life but I my calf’s would always get really tight and my feet tingly. So I kind of ignored this wonderful and painful type of exercise until now. ..
How did it start ? Hove Park, in Brighton. My son goes to school in hove park so on Monday evening in the dark (as I was a bit embarrassed) I tried running a quarter of the park, then the following week I did an half and then a whole.
Then with one on the mums of the school after drop of I did 4k, it nearly killed me but I was happy. So I invested in some running shorts (sports direct some running socks to help with circulation) and boom I’m running 5k and I bloody love it. My next step is Park Run at hove park.
I am now running 2-3 times a week, normally 5k, my body seams to like that distance. I’m desperately trying to beat my PB of 27.40 which I did on holiday.
So if you see me in Brighton or Hove running around come and join me for a couple of Kilometres!
So here a re a few tips I’m using to help my running journey
1 Warm up, its really to a warm the muscles up, with mobilisation and light stretching, focusing of calf’s, knee and hips , don't forget back n neck
2 Start slow don't try n race a marathon baby steps run small distances. Increase the distance slowly but try to run regularly. With always time for your body to recover.
3 Use an app like RunKeeper or Strava – there great for keeping track of how long and how far your running. And great for giving your self goals!
4 Stretch and cool down after, find a nice spot to stretch those legs, try to hold each stretch for at least 45 seconds
5 Run regularly. It really helps it improves your steamier confidence, three times a week is perfect, so you have time to recover.
6 Book an appointment for a sports massage in Hove and Brighton. The massage will help with any tight muscles or little muscles strains and stretch you out for your next run!
just to remind you my website has changed to sportsmassagehove.co.uk
Ps I made the weight for bjj tournament but my performance was not great but I had fun and learnt lots!
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Nick Sports Massage has changed to Hove Sports Massage.
I have been nick sports massage therapy for the last two years, it felt time for a change. In general I'm not great with change so i thought i would shake it up a bit .....
A few thoughts on change
Change is inevitable. Change is constant. -Benjamin Disraeli
The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking. -Albert Einstein
Our dilemma is that we hate change and love it at the same time; what we really want is for things to remain the same but get better. -Sydney J. Harris
So I have become https://www.sportsmassagehove.co.uk Sports massage Hove, with a new email of email@example.com
So please don't be shy with my new name and book soon
Also I have an challenge, which is to get 50 reviews on my google review before Christmas.
I have 33 lets my Christmas dream come true and do a review.
see you all soon
Nick is a Sports Mobile Therapist in Brighton and Hove, I have been working mostly a mobile therapist this year. Treating a huge varsity of lovely clients helping with minor injuries such as sprained ankles, muscles strains, tight shoulders and stiff neck. Also more major injuries such as slipped disks and fractures.
Posture Posture Posture
I have noticed due our lives reloving around phones, tablets and computer screens are posture are getting worse.
Are heads moving forward past are shoulders (are ears are supposed to be balanced over are shoulders but looking at screens is making are heads go forward) This is putting strains in our necks and shoulders.
When you look at your phone bring it up to your head rather than looking down, this will help you to stop straining your muscles in your neck.
If you feel your posture is needs a mot please book an apointment soon.
See you soon
Nick Sports Massage Brighton and Hove
Nick is a Sports massage therapist working in Brighton and hove