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Exercise and massage combination for ultimate benefits
Maximizing Exercise With Massage
Doctors Recommend Exercise
& Massage Therapy Combination

For consumers hoping to maximize their exercise routine, buying into the "no pain, no gain" concept might not be the best strategy. In reality, hard work at the gym doesn't pay off if muscles are overly stressed.

A new study released by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) reveals that more and more consumers recognize the many benefits of combining workouts with massage therapy, yet few are actually using the combination.

Massage can benefit everyone from the elite athlete, to the casual athlete, walker, runner or the average gym-goer. Benefits of integrating massage into an exercise routine can include:

Benefits Include: improved range of motion and strength

Benefits Include: increasing oxygen in muscles to allow muscles to endure longer periods of exercise

Benefits Include: preventing injuries to muscles and tendons

Benefits Include: increasing energy and endurance

Benefits Include: promoting endorphin release to reduce pain caused by constricted muscle fibers

Benefits Include: maintaining good physical condition, which can help improve overall performance

The study conducted by Harris Interactive for National Massage Safety Week 2004 (March 21st - 27th), also reveals that three in ten Americans have received a massage in the past and yet only 27 percent of Americans getting massage ask if their practitioner is Nationally Certified. In order to maximize the benefits of massage, health experts suggest that consumers be selective when choosing a massage therapist.

relax in the comfort of your hotel room in las vegas while receiving a professional style massage"Choosing a massage therapist is like choosing your family physician," said Judy Dean, RN, NCTMB, chair-elect of NCBTMB. "You want someone who is credible and who has a high level of knowledge and competency. That's what National Certification helps assure."

The poll including more than 2,300 adults found that respondents who exercise on a weekly basis are also more likely to have had a massage than those who don't. The poll also found:

Benefits Include: Respondents are most likely to get a massage at a private practice or clinic (19 percent)

Benefits Include: Stress relief was the leading reason cited for getting a massage (59 percent) with general health and well-being cited by 37 percent of respondents and sport-related reasons cited by 17 percent

Benefits Include: Nearly two-thirds of respondents claim they exercise on a weekly basis (63 percent) and a majority of those who exercise (53 percent) consider their approach to exercise to be informal (i.e. walking, running or biking on their own or with a group of friends)

your mind and body will feel ultimate bliss and al you will be asked to do is "breathe!""Ensuring public safety is the primary goal of the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and National Massage Safety Week," said Christine D. Niero, PhD, executive director, NCBTMB. "By making sure that their massage therapist is Nationally Certified, consumers know that they are putting their body into the hands of a trained and competent practitioner."

As part of National Massage Safety Week, "Massage Works Out", consumers can find a fact sheet on exercise and massage, a safety checklist of questions that consumers should ask before receiving a massage and a list of Nationally Certified practitioners at


The NCBTMB is an independent, private, non-profit organization, founded in 1992, whose core purpose is to foster high standards for therapeutic massage and bodywork professionals and to advocate for the public acceptance of the value of these standards and the professionals who uphold them. Currently, there are more than 78,000 nationally certified massage therapists and bodyworkers in the United States. NCBTMB is a member of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the Coalition for Professional Certification (CPC). NCBTMB has been accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) since 1993. Additional information can be found at

Sources: NCBTMB

All human beings are born with the need for touch. Research has identified what we always knew instinctively: We thrive on touch from infancy through childhood to adolescence. Therapeutic touching and massage create the bricks and mortar to sustain healthy growth, social and psychological balance throughout development, and maturity into old age. We can all benefit from the therapeutic effects found in the structured touch of massage.

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