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It makes sense then that top trainers adopt some pretty unconventional (and sometimes alternative) recovery methods — ones that go way beyond the typical foam rolling, drinking plenty of water and stretching. Three to four minutes of cryotherapy does the trick for Rob Solly, a U.K.-based trainer. Cryotherapy, commonly known as cold therapy, is a recovery technique whereby you subject your body to temperatures of about -240°F. It is known to relieve muscle pain, improve blood circulation, and promote weight loss. Furthermore, this recovery technique has been adopted by.
Your training partner might swear by ice baths for putting the snap back in your legs. Your local fitness retailer has a mind-bendingly huge selection of tools to help your muscles recover. To be clear, athletes are known for having, at times, really specific recovery rituals and routines that they swear by. But the truth is that while some of these methods have been researched and.
There’s proven methods for recovery like sleep and proper nutrition. But when you’re a professional athlete, you’re always searching for an edge. Here’s some unusual methods athletes use. Via free text responses sleep (57%) followed by massage (29%) were considered the most effective recovery techniques by the international athletes, while ice bath (55%) and stretching (35%) were considered the most effective by the national athletes. Current literature suggests that electrical stimulation enhances recovery compared to passive recovery (just relaxing).
Marc Pro is an over the counter electronic muscle conditioning device. Cardio, check. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and arms by your sides.
Squat to the floor and reach forward to place your hands on the floor, shoulder-width apart. Kick your legs. It’s not easy staying on top in a major sport.
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|from Sports Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation: Integrating Medicine and Science for Performance Solutions|
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|from The Paleo Diet for Athletes: The Ancient Nutritional Formula for Peak Athletic Performance|