Air-pulsed cryotherapy: No effect on long-term recovery of damaged muscles
Effects of air-pulsed cryotherapy on neuromuscular recovery subsequent to exercise-induced muscle damageAm J Sports Med. 2013 Aug;41(8):1942-51
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Gael Guilhem discusses the effects of air-pulsed cryotherapy on neuromuscular recovery subsequent to exercise-induced muscle damage
24 men were included in this trial to examine the effect of cyrotherapy on neuromuscular recovery following exercise induced muscle damage. Subjects were randomized to either receive air-pulsed cryotherapy following exercise induced muscle damage (EMID) or passive recovery following EMID (control). The results demonstrated that there was no difference between groups (Control vs. Cryo) in terms of ...
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