Massage therapy keeps athletes’ muscles limber to reduce injuries sustained while diving into the end zone or slouching in huddles. Treat your muscles to a time-out with today's Groupon to Workout Boss on East Highland Street. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get a 60-minute therapeutic, myofascial release, or sports massage ($65 value).
- For $39, you get a 90-minute therapeutic, myofascial release, or sports massage ($90 value).
The licensed massage therapists at Workout Boss ease muscular pains with 60- or 90-minute massages that target specific problem areas with a range of modalities. Therapeutic massages integrate trigger-point techniques, manual stretching, and acupressure to soothe muscles sore from long workdays and hauling cars above rush-hour traffic. Therapists consult with clients to customize their techniques and hone their focus on the muscles used most frequently. Parabolic spines benefit from a myofascial release massage that straightens out slumping vertebrae, reduces scar tissue, and prevents prenatal stretch marks. The sports massage addresses common injuries from prolonged or intense exercise with gliding strokes and periodic back pats to rally muscles for faster healing. First-time clients should plan to arrive 15 minutes early to complete a new patient form.
As a personal trainer certified by the American Council on Exercise and a licensed massage therapist, Chris Aiello, Jr., has a thorough knowledge of the human body. He created Workout Boss as a facility where clients can tap into his expertise to address issues related to health, posture, and injury all in one place. He chats with patrons during personal-training sessions, encouraging them while blending cardio and a range of exercises in a gym with free weights, cable machines, kettlebells, and punching bags. On massage tables, therapists employ specialized techniques such as myofascial release and lymphatic drainage, which aim to straighten postural irregularities and detoxify muscles, and utilize deep-tissue massage to ease pain from sports or other injuries. The trainer also draws on a stock of recipes and nutritional advice to help clients augment workout plans and shed inches.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Chris does a great job running Workout Boss and has a great staff behind him.”
“Ben is a great massage therapist!”
“Great massage from Jake - there could be some gym noise but didn't bother me.”
270 E Highland St.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202