Regeneration after a record start
Regeneration is another key aspect of a professional athlete’s training, which translates into achieving even better results. Marcin Lewandowski knows this very well, and the day after breaking the Polish indoor record in the 1,500-metre race, he underwent a series of biological regeneration treatments at enel-sport in Warsaw.
On 17 February 2021, Marcin Lewandowski set a new Polish record in the indoor 1500-metre race in Toruń. As part of training for the next events: the indoor European championships, and above all the summer Olympic Games, one of the most successful Polish athletes arrived at enel-sport the next day to undergo a series of biological regeneration treatments.
– I always tell amateur runners that you shouldn’t just see a physiotherapist when something hurts, but to prevent anything from hurting, he stressed while undergoing treatment at our Łazienkowska centre in Warsaw.
– Regeneration should be an integral part of an athlete’s training. Thanks to biological regeneration, our body will increase its training possibilities, and at the same time regenerate better – which helps counteract injuries and micro-injuries, explains Bartosz Sieradzki, physiotherapist at enel-sport.
The enel-sport offer includes a series of comprehensive treatments in the field of biological regeneration, aimed at both professional athletes and amateurs.
– For example, we offer the Game Ready treatment, which consists of cooling and compressing the tissues. In addition, a high-frequency magnetic field with a muscle relaxation program that reduces muscle tension, lists Bartosz Sieradzki.
– Regeneration is the basis of my training and today I had the opportunity to experience it in a modern style. Such devices are great! Long after the treatments I still felt a slight tingling in my legs, said Marcin Lewandowski.
Treatments at enel-sport brought the expected results – two weeks later the Polish representative won the silver medal at the 1,500-metre European indoor championships. Since mid-March, he has been focusing on training for the Summer Olympics, which will be held in Tokyo this summer.