ICED! The Illusionary Treatment Option: Learn the Fascinating Story, Scientific Breakdown, Alternative, & How To Lead Others Out Of The Ice Age

ICED The Illusionary Treatment Option Learn the Fascinating Story Scientific Breakdown Alternative How To Lead Others Out Of The Ice Age Topical cooling icing delays recovery Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research National Strength and Conditioning Association Ice is commonly used after acute muscle strains but there are no

  • Title: ICED! The Illusionary Treatment Option: Learn the Fascinating Story, Scientific Breakdown, Alternative, & How To Lead Others Out Of The Ice Age
  • Author: Gary Reinl Kelly Starrett
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Topical cooling icing delays recovery Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research National Strength and Conditioning Association 2013 Ice is commonly used after acute muscle strains but there are no clinical studies of its effectiveness British Journal of Sports Medicine 2012 There is insufficient evidence to suggest that cryotherapy icing improves clinica Topical cooling icing delays recovery Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research National Strength and Conditioning Association 2013 Ice is commonly used after acute muscle strains but there are no clinical studies of its effectiveness British Journal of Sports Medicine 2012 There is insufficient evidence to suggest that cryotherapy icing improves clinical outcome Journal of Emergency Medicine 2008 Ice may not be the best treatment for aching muscles in fact, it could even be detrimental to recovery University of Pittsburgh Medical Center 2011 The American Journal of Sports Medicine 2004 , The Journal of Athletic Training 2004 , The Cleveland Clinic 2011 the unanimous peer reviewed results go on and on But it is not just confined to research, as many athletes are discovering this in practice In fact, in a 2008 Sports Illustrated article, two time Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum stated that he never uses ice after throwing In sum, disparate studies from numerous reputable publications have collectively proven what professional trainers are now witnessing with their own eyes.ICED is the must read book of the year for athletes, coaches, trainers, doctors, therapists, and even those who just have soccer playing or knee bumping kids Far from a dull physiological text, it reads like an epic journey about the biggest and most flagrant medical misconception of modern times.Gary Reinl brings America in from the cold and tells the unexpectedly entertaining story of how the world s cold hearted love affair with ice began, why it is based on nothing than the largest instance of physiological hearsay in human history, the folly of the ice gurus gospel, and how he helped usher in the end of the ice age in professional athletics.From professional athletic training rooms to outpatient physical therapy clinics, Gary has talked with literally thousands of different doctors, trainers, therapists, and athletes during his uniquely diverse experiences over the past forty years During that time, he has witnessed the rise and now fall of icing from both the bird s eye, as well as street view, levels, and his accounts coupled with his telling of how this all happened without any peer reviewed evidence and his explanation of the physiological facts and related peer reviewed scientific studies are both groundbreaking and alarming.No longer content to keep this information contained within pro training rooms as millions of people every year unwittingly damage and slow their body s recovery process with ice, Gary explains the critical role that inflammation plays, why it is different than swelling, and how to achieve the actual goal of accelerated waste removal.The seemingly harmless act of icing has grown to become the most common injury response tool in the world, and, in the process, has done great harm to people everywhere In ICED , Gary simply organizes and reports the related facts so that everyone can bring themselves in from the cold When you see the incontrovertible facts that icing not only does not prevent swelling, but actually badly harms the healing process, you will never look at an ice pack the same again

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    One thought on “ICED! The Illusionary Treatment Option: Learn the Fascinating Story, Scientific Breakdown, Alternative, & How To Lead Others Out Of The Ice Age”

    1. I only give this 2 stars because I agree with the need to stop icing. However, the useable information in this book could have (and has been by the author & Kelly Starett) been confined to a blog post. The majority of the book is listening to a blowhard brag about all the professional athletes he knows & training rooms he has been in while vaguely pretending not to claim to practice medicine.

    2. You don't need to read the first four chapters. The science and recommendations are brilliant, however the first four chapters and significant portions of the rest of the book are more of a biography, and highly repetitive. I strongly recommend the book purely for its help in revolutionising physical rehab and preparation, but the waffling on was killing me. Also, the endless ice puns made me want to ice myself. Every page has at least a couple. Thanks Reinl for writing this valuable book, worth [...]

    3. If you have ever iced your knee, ankle, elbow, shouldertaken an ice bath, etc please do yourself a favor and read this book. I can't believe how wrong I've been doing things in my 18 years of coaching. Thanks for opening my eyes Gary!

    4. This book is mostly a man versus "ice gurus" autobiography. If you're an athlete or trainer looking for applicable information on the subject of ice, you'd do better to search the internet for articles/interviews featuring Gary Rienl.While there is good information in this book, it's buried in chapter upon chapter of bad ice puns, ice conspiracy theories and endless self-aggrandizing. There was nothing of value before chapter 5 and only scattered bits of real info thereafter.

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