Everyone who has worked out has experienced post-workout soreness. Post-workout soreness simply means your body is working hard to rebuild your tissues and increase strength. Do not let post-workout pain keep you away from accomplishing your goals or doing what you love. Cryotherapy can be a great option for those looking for a quick solution to post-workout sorness. Just 2 to 3 minutes in the chamber is equivalent to 10 to 20 minutes in an ice bath, leaving your body feeling rejuvenated and refreshed so you can get back to training as quickly as possible.
Recovery from intense exercise
Cryotherapy’s extreme temperatures help the body recover after intense workouts by flushing toxins out of the muscles and then delivering oxygen and nutrient-rich blood back to the muscles. This increases muscular resistance to fatigue and also improves the muscles’ capacity to regenerate, resulting in an increase in overall muscular performance. It can also be used as part of a training program to enhance performance.
Increase energy capacity
Cryotherapy helps to increase energy levels, improve focus, enhance mood, and improve sleep. These improvements are caused by the endorphins produced during each session. Expect to feel rejuvenated and ready to power through your next workout!
Reduce pain caused by exercise
The anti-inflammatory hormones released during your session help to relieve pain, so you can make the most out of your day. Cryotherapy affects the nervous system by sending signals to the brain which reduces the perception of pain. Increased pain tolerance will allow you to power through your next workout.
Pre and post-workout cryotherapy benefits
Cryotherapy can help you accomplish different goals both pre-workout and post-workout. If you are looking to boost your energy, endurance, and flexability prior to a workout, cryotherapy will do just that. Post-workout cryotherapy sessions will leave you feeling rejuvenated, refreshed, and pain-free. For optimal results, you should complete a cryotherapy session within 0 to 24 hours after a workout.