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State-of-the-art Recovery Modalities To Help ELITE Level Athletes

We have partnered to create an internal membership to RX Sports Recovery at our Centennial Location. With your membership, you’ll gain access to recovery equipment and services previously only accessible to professional and collegiate athletes.  

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“At Rx Sports Recovery, we provide modalities and services to help any athlete reach and maintain an optimal level of performance.”

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The NormaTec Pulse Recovery System helps you recover faster between workouts by reducing muscle soreness and improving circulation. Try it for yourself at RXSR and confirm the hype. This science-backed recovery tool has demonstrated accelerating recovery, upregulating muscle function, improve range-of-motion, and increase blood-flow.

HYPERICE VIBRATING FOAM ROLLER

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You will have a hard time going back to your basic foam roller after using our Hyperice vibrating foam rollers and Hypervolt hand-held massager. Enhance and expedite your recovery from tight or sore muscles with these myofascial tools to increase range of motion and blood flow. 

Hypervolt

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The Hypervolt is not a massager. It is locked and loaded to deliver the best neuro-muscluar treatment there is. It has the perfect amplitude, frequency and torque to deliver percussion vibration therapy for recovery and muscle activation. It is roaming around the facility and you can grab it anytime to use or our staff can help reach those hard-to-reach areas such as hamstrings.

WE WELCOME ATHLETES OF ANY LEVEL, AGE, AND DISCIPLINE.

KNOWLEDGABLE STAFF TO HELP FORMULATE A TREATMENT PLAN TAILORED TO YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS.

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ACTIVE RECOVERY IS MORE BENEFICIAL THAN COMPLETE REST, NEW STUDIES SUGGEST.

A compilation of studies suggest active recovery is more beneficial than complete rest on the off day for athletes. If you’re looking for ways to bump up your performance or kick chronic injuries to the curb, we have a suggestion. Read on to review the latest evidence.