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Do “ice baths” work? How and why? [duplicate]

Does having an ice bath (i.e. a very cold bath of water that you submerge yourself in) after exercise aid recovery? How and why? Is this all a bit of a myth?
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Ice for recovery?

What are the benefits of using ice for recovery? I have heard that you should not use ice, if the goal is to recover faster.
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What is an effective and safe way to train shoulders out of the gym?

I am a house call personal trainer. I go to my clients' homes and train them there. I bring along the equipment which consists of a foam roller, a mat, valslides and resistance bands. At first I ...
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Are we more likely to develop rhabdomyolysis if we suffered from one before?

I was diagnosed with rhabdomyolysis once. (CK levels were around 10k) Now I am wondering: am I more likely to get another one? Or does one's history has nothing to do with it? I wasn't able to find ...
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Can I train for running with a minor finger injury?

I usually just run 1 day per week, I just do my long run for 20k, but now I have a minor injury in my finger, I have a mallet finger (or baseball finger) so I need to use a stack split in my finger ...
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How To: Avoid damaging my knee when training for and running a marathon

I am shortly to begin training to run in my first marathon. Speaking with several other people regarding their similar experiences I am now quite concerned that I could end up doing some permanent ...