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At Momentum Performance Training we know how important training hard is to achieve those results you desire. And, we also know how important recovery is.
Our infra-red sauna is located just upstairs in our recovery area, and with consistent and appropriate use, it has a number of benefits, some you may not expect!
Traditionally what we see with a lot of endurance athletes who are new to strength training is an inability to “connect” with the hamstrings and get them to fire during compound movements such as squats & deadlifts. So we like to incorporate some isometric hamstring work initially to help spend some time under tension where you can really engage, move around a little, focus, and find positions that will help to get the hamstrings to come to the party and support our larger movements.