Pain Relief for Stronger Physicality

Common Martial Arts InjuriesMartial arts injuries are widespread and can occur to virtually any part of the body. Commonly, this is due to deficiencies in your physicality, especially when it comes to key attributes such as flexibility and muscle control. Martial arts injuries can be difficult to heal for more than one reason. Typically associated with pain, lost months of practice and refinement, as well as potential missed opportunities, being able to practice again is of the utmost importance to any martial artist.

Medications provide short-lived relief, and surgeries can require months or even years before your bone or ligament is healed properly. Luckily, you don’t have to rely on these traditional methods for your healing. Injury doesn’t have to mean that you have to wait months, or even years, before practicing your technique again. Instead, you can turn to X-Jow Pain Spray and Gel to resolve your pain at the source.

Common Martial Arts Injuries

Most frequently, martial arts injuries are the result of contact, falling, or overstraining your muscles. This means that you might experience:

  • Sprains – Sprains, especially plantar fasciitis, are a common side effect of practicing martial arts.
  • Strains – Strains occur to muscles or tendons, especially when contact is made with another object or opponent.
  • Knee Injuries – Knee injuries are a common result of martial arts practice, especially because of the amount of kicks sometimes involved. When not done properly, knee injuries can seriously damage the joint.
  • Dislocations – Dislocations are particularly common, especially for the extremities.
  • Overuse – As is the case with any sport, you can injure yourself due to repetition of movements during practice.

X-Jow Can Help You Recover, Faster

With a potent combination of natural Chinese herbs designed to permeate tissue, long-term healing begins with X-Jow. By addressing the root of the problem, you can permanently resolve the issue, allowing you to focus on refining and developing your skill.

Martial Arts Conditioning With True Functionality

Conditioning is essential for success in any sport, and martial arts is no different. But the type of conditioning you choose for martial arts can make a real difference in how successful your training is.

Beneficial Martial Arts Conditioning Techniques

Martial arts conditioning is based upon functionality and efficiency rather than just building strength. As such, it’s important to maximize your training by packing in strength and variations on traditional conditioning exercises based on movement and your abilities, including:

  • Deadlifts – Single and double legged
  • Lunges
  • Squats – Split, front, and back
  • Pull-Ups and Pull-Downs
  • Rows
  • Overhead and Bench Press
  • Planks and Twists

Of course, no conditioning is complete without the muscle soreness and inflammation that accompanies building strength. Sometimes, this discomfort can compromise your technique or abilities, forcing you to spend more time recovering and less time refining your technique.

However, when you turn to X-Jow, you can reduce inflammation, swelling, and stiffness at its source, allowing you to condition and practice without experiencing any issues. For you, this means finding fast, long-term relief throughout your conditioning. So while opponents are sitting days out waiting for healing to take place, you can be practicing like you want to.

Get X-Jow for Real Relief

If conditioning often leaves you sore or stiff, X-Jow can help. Get your Spray today and recognize the true benefit of Chinese herbs and the natural healing power of Dr. Aram Nalbandyan’s powerful formulation.

Your martial arts conditioning will never be the same.