Influence of cold-water immersion on limb and cutaneous blood flow after exercise.

@article{Mawhinney2013InfluenceOC,
  title={Influence of cold-water immersion on limb and cutaneous blood flow after exercise.},
  author={C Mawhinney and Helen Jones and Chang Hwa Joo and David A Low and Daniel John Green and Warren Gregson},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2013},
  volume={45 12},
  pages={2277-85}
}
PURPOSE This study aimed to determine the influence of cold (8°C) and cool (22°C) water immersion on femoral artery and cutaneous blood flow after exercise. METHODS Twelve men completed a continuous cycle exercise protocol at 70% peak oxygen uptake until a core temperature of 38°C was attained. Subjects were then immersed semireclined into 8°C or 22°C water to the iliac crest for 10 min or rested. Rectal and thigh skin temperature, deep and superficial muscle temperature, thigh and calf skin… CONTINUE READING
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