Why You Should be Using an Ice Bath Recovery

Why You Should be Using an Ice Bath Recovery

Everyone at some point should be using an ice bath recovery.


I know what you're saying,


You hate the cold.


But if you really take into consideration the benefits you gain.


It is worth it to put yourself through the uncomfortable Icey waters.


For what you can gain.


Now is this going o fix every health issue you have ever had.


No, it won’t.


That is a process that takes a long time and not one single thing,


Can do that for you.


But this is something that can surely help.



1 – can reduce inflammation.


Ice baths can reduce muscle inflammation in the body.


Put your body through a hard day’s work?


Sit in an ice bath to help relax the muscles even further.



2 – stimulates your nervous system.


When your nervous system gets stimulated you become more aware.


You become more alert and more focused.



3 – can enhance your mood.


Being subjected to cold can stimulate endorphins in your mind.


Sure, at first, you’re going to feel the shock of the cold.


But over time, more sooner than you think, of doing apply this.


You’ll find that your mood can change for the better.



These won’t take effect right away.


Like anything else, you’ll have to apply them consistently.


You can start a few times a week and then if your scheduling allows it


Do this right after your workout.


Even standing in a cold shower,


Which is what I typically do more of,


Gives you these benefits as well.


It’s a great thing to do to help the process of healing,


Get you to be able to be more focused and alert.


And teach you how to become more adaptive to something.


That may feel uncomfortable at first but can have benefits for you.

Disclaimer: Adam is not a doctor nor a nutritionist. This is all from the experience Adam has gained through himself and through schooling. Through his videos, Adam shares his personal and educational experience that he has acquired over the past years of training individuals through fitness and nutrition. Adam would strongly recommend you see your physician before starting or completing any exercise program. You should be in good physical condition to participate in the exercises which are why consulting your physician would be recommended.


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