Massage Therapy

Kings Point CrossFit offers onsite massage therapy which is designed to meet the needs of CrossFit athletes looking to improve their conditioning, perfect their technique and improve recovery time. From athletes to pregnancy these massages are designed to help you recovery faster, improve your mobility and get you back to feeling your best. (You do not need to be a member of KingsPoint CrossFit to receive treatment.)

Massage Therapy at KingsPoint CrossFit is offered through Physiowerks which is a Veteran owned company. You can contact Larry at 909-441-1453 to schedule an appt.

Larry moved to Orlando from So. Cal. with over 20,000 hours of hands on experience. His specialties are Neuromuscular Therapy, sports therapy and orthopedic massage. Which include; deep tissue, cupping, scraping, vibration therapy, kinetic, pliability therapy, kinesiology taping, hot stone, hemp CBD and other tropical treatments and has primarily worked on CrossFit athletes. 

He graduated as Valedictorian in late 2012 from Corinthian College’s Everest Massage School and has been a full time(MBLEX) nationally licensed therapist since.

Keeping You Healthy

recovery Massage

Why Sports Massage is Good for CrossFit Athletes

When you exercise tough, lactic acid and other toxins build up inside your muscles. Time and rest will help your body clear itself of the acid and toxins, but massage will speed that process. Proper manipulation of your muscles will increase flexibility, accelerate recovery and move you toward your fitness goals more swiftly. Massage can be performed alone with a foam roller or a ball. It can also be done by a licensed professional. Many massage therapists specialize in CrossFit athletes and are connected to CrossFit gyms. They are easy to find and know what you’re going through.

Not only will a massage feel good, but it will also prevent injury. When your muscles are excessively tight from your last workout, you lack your full range of motion. Your muscles aren’t firing right. You’ll be unable to perform properly. CrossFit requires correct form. Bad form leads to muscle strains, pulls and unbalanced physiques. When one part of your body is not working right, other parts work harder to assist, leading to additional injury.

Do the right thing. Help your body recover and enter your next Workout of the Day prepared to hit it hard.

Best Times for a Massage

When will a massage best benefit your body?

  • At least 45 minutes after completing a workout
  • On your rest day or during a de-load week
  • About three days before a competition or a race
  • Today, because you deserve it

CrossFit Massage Therapist – KingsPoint CrossFit; Orlando, Florida

Talking to a trained massage therapist is as important as listening to a certified CrossFit trainer. Tell your CrossFit massage therapist how you feel in the morning, after a workout and when you move around all day. They can diagnose emerging problems, prevent injury and improve your athletic performance. Nothing gets into the tissue like the fingers of a knowledgeable professional.CrossFit Massage Therapist understand how the parts of the body link together and how to restore their natural balance.

I specialize in helping CrossFit athletes. I know what you’re going through and many are doing it, too. Set aside part of your fitness budget for massage. You spend money on a gym membership, exercise equipment and competitions. Don’t neglect the importance of recovery. Reserve time to knead your muscles. Make massage therapy part of your fitness schedule.

Make an Appointment today! 909-441-1453, text is best as I am usually with a client.



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