Contrast Water Therapy and Exercise Induced Muscle Damage

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September 11, 2023
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Cold water therapy (CWT) is a good way to help muscles recover after exercise, compared to just resting. It can reduce muscle soreness and help muscles work better after exercise. This is especially true for elite athletes. There is no best way to do CWT, and it works about the same as other popular recovery methods like cold or warm water immersion, compression, active recovery, and stretching.

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