An Intermittent Pneumatic Compression Device Reduces Blood Lactate Concentrations More Effectively Than Passive Recovery after Wingate Testing

@article{Hanson2013AnIP,
  title={An Intermittent Pneumatic Compression Device Reduces Blood Lactate Concentrations More Effectively Than Passive Recovery after Wingate Testing},
  author={E. Hanson and Kevin Stetter and Rui Li and A. Thomas},
  journal={Journal of Athletic Enhancement},
  year={2013},
  volume={2013}
}
An Intermittent Pneumatic Compression Device Reduces Blood Lactate Concentrations More Effectively Than Passive Recovery after Wingate Testing With the advancement of technology, therapeutic modalities mimicking “cool down” have become an option for active individuals to try and decrease the recovery time between training sessions and competition. A wide variety of companies that manufacture these modalities have claimed their  machines can decrease recovery time by decreasing lactic acid, a… Expand
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