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NATA 2019: A bright future?
16 July 2019 / 0 comments
I’m back! Last month, I travelled to Las Vegas. No, not to enjoy all fun and games, but to visit the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Convention (NATA 2019). A huge American convention for athletic trainers. An amazing event to experience. Mostly to discuss business with all very interesting companies, looking...
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ICEE 2019 Amsterdam
16 July 2019 / 0 comments
Let me tell you something. We’ve been busy! Constantly on the move, working on new projects. Last week, I’ve managed to squeeze in some quality time. Or partially, at least. I had the opportunity to visit the International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics: ICEE 2019 in Amsterdam. Quite an experience! This...
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The impact of whole body cryotherapy on core and muscle temperature
9 May 2019 / 0 comments
Impact of whole body cryotherapy on core and muscle temperature Whole body cryotherapy: do you get the shivers? It might make you shiver just thinking about experiencing temperatures of -130°C (-202ºF) for several minutes. In this blog, we explain the effect of whole body cryotherapy on core and muscle temperatures....
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The essence of safety with exposure to whole Body cryotherapy
6 May 2019 / 1 comments
Recently, two players of Missouri State Bears Basketball team were sidelined for a game after developing blisters on their feet following a whole body cryotherapy (WBC) session. The incident became national news and openly questioned the safety and legitimacy of WBC.  WBC is associated with freezing temperatures (ranging between -90°C/...
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Whole body cryotherapy versus water immersion: Does one replace the other or is there room for both?
29 April 2019 / 0 comments
Cold water immersion (CWI) has a long history of usage in (sports)practice. It was Dr. James Currie who undertook the first recorded experiment in 1790 on the effects of CWI on humans. The history of whole body cryotherapy (WBC) is much shorter, Dr. Yamauchi was the first recording experiments using...
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