• Muscle Beach Championship to Take Place on Labor Day

    by Dr. Hooman M. Melamed
    on Jul 13th, 2016

While the unofficial end of summer comes in mid to late August when school is back in session, there is no doubt that you long for a day of fun and relaxation as a way to get rid of stress and beat the heat at the same time. The Muscle Beach Championship is coming soon to Venice Beach and you can take in all of the action without having to pay a dime. The free event is scheduled for Labor Day, September 2nd, and will begin at 10 a.m. The competition portion is open to all amateur athletes and the finals will take place at 2 p.m. Why not spend one last day off at the beach and watch this competition that is sure to be as impressive as ever? You don’t want to miss out, as Lou Ferrigno will be inducted into the Muscle Beach Hall of Fame during the event.
Reducing Stress as a Way to Relieve Pain

One of the most annoying causes of back pain is stress. Whether from work obligations or feelings of pressure to complete certain tasks at home, stress has a significant impact on your psyche and also causes tension on your spine and muscles. Think about taking a day away from all of the stress factors in your life so that you can enjoy yourself and begin to feel better. The Muscle Beach Championship offers the perfect opportunity. What better way to relax than by lying out on the beach and enjoying the entertainment of the show in the middle of the day? Be sure to look online for more event opportunities near you that offer the chance to take a mini vacation without breaking your budget.

Author Dr. Hooman M. Melamed

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