Recovery Zone

The Latest in Recovery Technology

Recovery is a return to a normal state of health, mind or strength. It is an essential component to managing physical stress from training, preventing injuries, improving performance and enhancing overall health. Experience Club Greenwood’s 800 square foot dedicated space to provide you with the tools and resources you need to recover and be ready for anything!

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Recovery Zone opens in February 2020

Only 60 Pre-Opening Memberships Available
$40 per member per month

Post-Opening Memberships
$50 per member per month

Must be a Club or Tennis Member.
Ages 13+ and Youth Certified.
No non-member access.

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Hydromassage Lounge Chairs

Hydromassage lounge chairs use heated water to provide a relaxing, rejuvenating experience enjoyed post-workout as a cool-down or before a workout to loosen tight muscles. Some members may visit the Club just to use the lounge chair between workouts.

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NormaTec PULSE Recovery Boots

NormaTec PULSE Recovery Boots are dynamic compression devices employing three key techniques – pulsing, distal release and gradients – via a patented pulse technology to enhance blood flow and speed recovery.

People wearing the Hyperice shoulder wrap, back wrap and utility wrap.

Hyperice

Hyperice uses ice and heat in an easy to use sleeve for the back, knee, shoulder and utility (ankle, wrist, etc.). Venom Back is a digitally connected heat and vibration wearable that soothes and loosens achy muscles. The knee/shoulder/utility sleeve use ice compression featuring patented air-release technology.

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TRUE Stretch Cage

Flexibility is one of the key components of overall fitness. Increased flexibility can be achieved using various modes of exercise including stretching. The TRUE Stretch Cage is an exclusive all-encompassing tool designed to take you through the most dynamic stretching program available.

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Trigger Point

Trigger Point accessories are commonly used on the Club Greenwood weight room floor with and without a trainer. The Recovery Zone will include similar and unique Trigger Point accessories designed to pinpoint specific areas, decrease muscle soreness and aid in recovery.

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“Recovery is defined as a return to a normal state of health, mind or strength. There are two categories of recovery; immediate or short-term recovery and long-term recovery. Both are essential components of managing repetitive physical stress from training, preventing injuries, improving performance and enhancing overall health…”

Paula Neubert, President and General Manager

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