Linnex Muscle Rub
- Quickly provides warmth
- Stimulates circulation to warm and loosen muscles before and after exercise
- Wax-based so no mess and easy-to-apply
- Lemon Oil and Lavender for a pleasant scent and can be applied during the day Unnoticeable
How does it work
Linnex Muscle Rub gives a pleasant warmth feeling which helps to soothe and relax sore muscles.
Gently warms and stimulates circulation, which helps keep muscles and joints loose before and after exercise.
Linnex muscle rub lubricates the skin and promotes a sense of well-being
Linnex muscle rub contains Lemon Oil and Lavender for a nice scent. Most Creams and Rubs have a Strong Smell, Linnex is Unique and can be applied during the day without any strong scent.
So whether you require a Football or Rugby muscle rub or any Sports Muscle Rub, Linnex Muscle Rub should be your #1 choice.
Why use Linnex Muscle Rub?
Warming up prior to any type of physical activity is thought to decrease muscle stretch injuries because the muscle is more extensible when the tissue temperature has been increased by heat. Linnex Muscle rub contains active ingredients which provide fast and effective heat to the desired muscle area.
Linnex Muscle rub is not an alternative to stretching, but it certainly is excellent in providing a warming feeling to your muscles.
Please select a small area to try at first. For external use only.
Dry the skin and apply one or two thin layers of Linnex muscle rub, just this will have a strong warming effect.
Linnex muscle rub is especially effective if you use the muscle after application. You can also use Linnex muscle rub before training to pre-warm and soften your muscles or it can be used after training to soothe sore muscles.
You do not need to rub in or massage Linnex muscle rub after application, simply feel your muscles instantly getting warmer.
Made using quality ingredients and uncoloured so clothing will not stain.
Lemon Oil & Lavender
Frequently Asked Questions
Does this product help relieve arthritis pain symptoms? This is not a medicine or a drug and is not marketed for relief of arthritis pain.
What if I apply too much? Linnex muscle rub should be removed using a cold wet cloth
Can I use Linnex for muscle pain relief? Linnex muscle rub is not marketed as a pain relief product and should NOT be used to treat acute inflammation such as severe swelling, redness and severe pain.
Can I use Linnex muscle rub if I am pregnant or breastfeeding? Linnex muscle rub is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women, asthmatics, children under 12 or people who are hypersensitive/allergic to salicylate.
HOME ABOUT Patellar Tendonitis APRIL 2, 2016 ~ LEAVE A COMMENT Patellar Tendonitis or sometimes referred to as Jumpers Knee, often occurs in athletes who participate in sports which involve frequent jumping – sports such as Football, Basketball, Rugby, Volleyball. However, this injury can occur even if you don’t participate in any sports. Have I got Patellar Tendonitis? Pain is usually the first indicator located behind the knee. Other indicators or tests may occur when: Pain in the knee when walking up or down the stairs Pain when performing a Quad stretch Pain when jogging or even walking Please note if you are experiencing unbearable pain, it is important to visit your GP immediately. Treatment It would be ideal to take at least two weeks rest from sports activity, so the inflammation can reduce. But if you’re a sports enthusiast and want to continue with your sport, then Linnex Muscle Rub should be applied prior sports activity for warming up your muscles, as well as a knee support. ICE your knee immediately after you have completed your sport for 20 mins. Most often the route cause seems to be a weak Quad Muscle. In my past experience I have fully recovered from this injury using the following work outs: Leg Extensions It is important start with the lowest weight, using one leg at a time. For the first few reps, you will experience slight discomfort, but this is what you should do: 2 warm-up sets of 40 reps per leg 4 sets of 30 reps per leg (60-90 secs rest) For the first time you attempt this exercise, begin with 2 warm-up sets. The pain should disappear, but do continue to 40 reps as you will feel it testing your Quads. Make sure you hold onto the stair rails when leaving the gym (I almost fell the first time). Allow a minimum of a day for your muscles to rebuild and attempt to increase the sets. Stairs After the first week of Leg Extensions, my Knee pain was reduced and I felt my Quads gaining more strength. The next exercise I moved onto was walking up a Stairs machine. If however you don’t have one at your gym, this can also be done at home, but this is what you should do: Using the Stairs at the gym, put the machine on medium level and workout for 15 mins. I now use this workout as my warm-up as it is also great for stamina. If you’re using your stairs at home, walk up one or two steps slowly with a backpack adding some weights for 15 mins. Feel your Quads tensing on every movement. Once you feel your Quads strengthening and Knee pain reduced, increase the level\weights and continue with 15 mins per session. Dumb Bell Step Ups Hold the dumb bells by your side, again start with low weights to get the technique correct. Step up on a bench on one leg hold for 5 seconds then alternate onto the other leg. You should attempt 4 sets of 15 reps. Do increase your weights again if you are experiencing reduced pain. Conclusion Most people would advise against the above exercises, but I attempted to rest for almost a month, but to no avail. I then focused on building my Quads during my injury and have since been able to return to Football pain-free. Good Luck.