I'm looking into the science of cold water swimming from the perspective of a triathlete.
Conventional advice states that after swimming in the cold our peripheral body temperature is low and we should try to prevent this cold blood from flowing into our core.
There are plenty of do's and don'ts on many websites: eg: Do: Take a hot drink, use a blanket. Don't: Take a hot shower as it can cause peripheral vessels to dilate
However, I can't seem to find any information regarding exercising after getting mild hypothermia. eg. is it good to go jogging?
On one hand, jogging would generate body heat to warm us up. But on the other hand, muscle contraction in our legs may encourage more blood flow towards our core. What is the general advice on this issue?