The Benefits of Floating In An Anti-Gravity Environment

The floatation cabin can be an integral part of any recovery regime for people to follow and most professionals have already caught onto to this new training and recovery tool. Many high-level performers such as entrepreneurs, dancers, actors, athletes and anyone in the wellness field have reaped the benefits of floating.
Tom Brady is known to have a float cabin in his own house to help him recover from training and football games. He also uses floating to prepare and focus for game-day.
Tom Brady is known to have a float cabin in his own house to help him recover from training and football games. He also uses floating to prepare and focus for game-day.

 

  • Accelerates the recovery from injury

 

  • Increases energy

 

  • A place for visualization

 

  •  Boosts the immune system

 

  •  Reducing Lactic acid levels in the body

 

  • Aids in facilitated rest, improving exposure to fatigue

 

When in the float cabin, gravity isn’t a factor. That means that the muscles in the body are allowed to go ‘offline’ for the one to two hours you are floating for. During this time your body is in an enhanced state of recovery and induced rest. A rest you can never realize even while sitting or sleeping. Matter of fact, all the good night sleep in the world will not duplicate the rest and recovery your body and mind obtains in a ‘floating’ environment.
That’s because even though your body is still, when you’re asleep, your body is ‘still’  under pressure … from the forces of gravity. That’s why most people wake up stiff, sore and with their face marked up with street lines from being pushed against a pillow, mattress, or cell phone! This happens for hours at a time, every day, forever! This is one of the reasons we have wrinkles. Lots of unintentional face-plants!

 

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