NFL players relax with instrumental music as National Relaxation Day approaches

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The National Relaxations Day was designed to make athletes and their families feel relaxed and safe during a time of national crisis, a source close to the process told ESPN.

The day was originally designed to celebrate the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who is credited with inventing the term “social uplift.”

The National Relaxational Music Day is a celebration of Dr King and Dr. Louis J. Marcus, a music teacher and author of “Livin’ La Vida Loca: Music for the Everyday Man.”

Marcus and King’s son, T.J. Marcus Jr., have both made national appearances promoting their music.

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