Cryotherapy for Inflammation Benefits

Inflammation works to heal wounds but plays a role in some chronic diseases. Cryotherapy for inflammation can help.

Cryotherapy for Inflammation is the body’s response to injury. It works to heal wounds, but it can also play a role in some chronic diseases. It is the body’s attempt to heal itself after an injury; defend itself against foreign invaders, such as viruses and bacteria; and repair damaged tissue. Continue reading “Cryotherapy for Inflammation Benefits”

Cryotherapy for Athletic Recovery

Injuries are inevitable when you’re an athlete. Some injuries are minor while some may require surgery. Many athletes don’t turn to cryotherapy for athletic recovery for three reasons. They aren’t convinced it works, they don’t do it enough, and they avoid it because it’s uncomfortable. Continue reading “Cryotherapy for Athletic Recovery”

Cold Therapy as an Approach to Recovery

Cold Therapy

– or “cryotherapy” – is the practice of applying something cold to the source of pain. While cold therapy is not a new invention, it did not become appreciated until the late 1980’s. For years, cold therapy has been used to reduce pain, swelling and nerve activity using ice, cold packs, and ice baths. In fact, it was originally developed for treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. Benefits have been refined with great results. Continue reading “Cold Therapy as an Approach to Recovery”

Cellulite Reduction with Cryotherapy. Does it Work?

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Fighting cellulite has been a mystery to be solved for many years. You can currently find lotions, creams, sponges, gloves, wraps, special pants, and machines that claim to help in cellulite reduction. Continue reading “Cellulite Reduction with Cryotherapy. Does it Work?”

Why Athletes Choose Cryotherapy for their Sports Recovery

For pain management and sports recovery, cryotherapy has become the leading method. This treatment is easy and painless, which is why many people who suffer from chronic pain are obsessed with it. This treatment is extending beyond pain management. Lots of athletes are choosing this treatment as their main sports recovery technique. Not only does this treatment work effectively, but it also comes with lots of advantages. Continue reading “Why Athletes Choose Cryotherapy for their Sports Recovery”

What is Cryotherapy Wellness and How Does it Work?

What is Cryotherapy Wellness and How Does it Work? Cryo comes from the Greek word krous, which means “icy” or “cold.” Despite its recent popularity, it has been around for a long time. For years, we have known that icing an injury can help reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation. Have you ever put an ice pack on you knee after a fall? Technically, that is cryotherapy. Whole body cryotherapy takes it to the next level. Continue reading “What is Cryotherapy Wellness and How Does it Work?”

Benefits of Localized Cryotherapy

When you have an injury, should your reach for a frozen pack of peas like in the old days? This has always been said as one way to treat a pain or swelling but is there a better way? There are many benefits of localized cryotherapy. Why not give Localized Cryotherapy a try. Continue reading “Benefits of Localized Cryotherapy”

Training for the Clermont Triathlon, Recovering with Cryotherapy

It’s not too early to start your training ritual for the Clermont Triathlon. Whether you are out to win or out to finish, training can be difficult. It’s hard enough to train only for a bike race or only for a marathon or only for a swim race but all three back-to-back sounds Impossible or intimidating, doesn’t it? Those who have crossed the finish line have said it is fulfilling and pushed their abilities in no other way than this competition can.

Here are some tips from the experts to help calm your fears and keep you training.

The Gear

There is lots of gear involved in this sport – helmet, running shoes, etc. but the tri suit is the most basic. It’s not about fashion but about function. The triathlon suit streamlines changing your clothing when it’s wet.

clermont cryotherapyThe Training

The great thing about triathlon training is since there are three parts, you can be flexible. If it’s too hot for a run, go for a swim instead. Cross Training is another option for total body strengthening. It’s easy to go to the part of the training that you like best. It’s important to train hard, not necessarily in your strongest area but also in your weakest area.

In triathlete lingo, a “brick” means doing two of the disciplines back to back – the most important changeover is to bike then to run. Sharon McCobb, a professional triathlete, says the muscle changeover between the two can be hard so you have to practice it. Her advice is to bike the distance and then run one mile after.

Another hurdle is the swim portion. It is quite intimidating to be in the water with over 100 people. Take a few freestyle strokes then breaststroke to catch your breath if you feel panicked.

Stay Hydrated

Nothing will make you hit the wall than not drinking enough water to replace what you are sweating out. Experts agree that drinking something with added electrolytes can keep you going, even a dose of caffeine for an extra energy boost.



Muscle Recovery

At Chill Cryosauna, we recommend stepping into the Cryosauna at least once a week during training.  Whole body cryotherapy treatments recover muscles so you can continue training at the ultimate performance level.

Your Biggest Challenge

Don’t overthink training plans and gear. There is always someone who has better gear or a more disciplined schedule. Do what works best for you. Your biggest challenge is to condition yourself mentally to swim, bike, and run this race. Picture yourself crossing the finish line and the crowd cheering.

The 35th Annual Great Clermont Triathlon at the World Triathlon Destination, Clermont, FL. features a 1.5K Swim, 40K Bike and a 10K Run with individual, relay team, and aqua bike competition.


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