Metabolic responses and mechanisms during water immersion running and exercise.

@article{Frangolias1996MetabolicRA,
  title={Metabolic responses and mechanisms during water immersion running and exercise.},
  author={Despina D Frangolias and Edward Rhodes},
  journal={Sports medicine},
  year={1996},
  volume={22 1},
  pages={38-53}
}
The low impact nature of exercise in the water has increased interest in this form of exercise and specifically in water running as a cross-training modality. It is used as a possible preventative and therapeutic modality for rehabilitation. The high impact nature of land running predisposes the runner to stress of the lower limbs and overuse injuries. The… CONTINUE READING