Therapy Ice Bath
Therapy ice bath, or sometimes cold-water immersion or cold therapy, is a training regimen usually following a period of intense exercise in which a substantial part of a human body is immersed in a bath of ice or ice-water for a limited duration.
While it is becoming increasingly popular and accepted among athletes in a variety of sports.
Many athletes have used cold water immersion after an intense exercise workout in the belief that it speeds up bodily recovery. The Athletic training regimen is inconclusive, with some studies suggesting a mild benefit such as reducing muscle damage and discomfort and alleviating soreness, with other studies suggesting that cold water immersion may slow muscle growth and interfere with an overall training regimen.