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Unread 01-27-2019, 02:13 PM
monkey666 monkey666 is offline
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Stop listening to idiots

1 hour in freezing cold water might be 150-200 if you're lucky.

Adn you have to freeze to death to make it work.
i actually take sometimes a cold shower or bath in the morning after waking up.
(not ice, just cold)
And i like it because i got a huge energy rush after it.

But i wondering if a taking a cold bath after training really increase recovery?
i know that lots of athletes are doing it after training for many years but i don't really see how cold water speeds up recovery.
First cold water narrows the blood-vessels so its reduce the amount of blood into the muscle whats slows recovery (i think)
Second its very stressful and skyrocket stress hormones like cortisol?

what do you think?
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Unread 01-28-2019, 10:56 PM
redrumdiet redrumdiet is offline
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Water weight is not weight loss for god's sake.
Read my first post in this thread for God's sake🙄
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Unread 01-29-2019, 07:15 PM
w1cked w1cked is offline
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i actually take sometimes a cold shower or bath in the morning after waking up.
(not ice, just cold)
And i like it because i got a huge energy rush after it.

But i wondering if a taking a cold bath after training really increase recovery?
i know that lots of athletes are doing it after training for many years but i don't really see how cold water speeds up recovery.
First cold water narrows the blood-vessels so its reduce the amount of blood into the muscle whats slows recovery (i think)
Second its very stressful and skyrocket stress hormones like cortisol?

what do you think?
I think you shouldn't worry about hormones of which you have an absurdly simplistic understanding of. Kinda like ketards and insulins hurr durr omg
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