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Journal of Sports Science and Medicine
ISSN: 1303 - 2968
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2017 - Volume 16, Issue 2 - Research article
272 - 279
5000 Meter Run Performance is not Enhanced 24 Hrs After an Intense Exercise Bout and Cold Water Immersion
 
Mary C. Stenson, Matthew R. Stenson, Tracey D. Matthews, Vincent J. Paolone
 

2014 - Volume 13, Issue 3 - Research article
616 - 623
The Effects of Cold Water Immersion after Rugby Training on Muscle Power and Biochemical Markers
 
Masaki Takeda, Takashi Sato, Tatsushi Hasegawa, Hiroto Shintaku, Hisashi Kato, Yoshihiko Yamaguchi, Zsolt Radak
 

2011 - Volume 10, Issue 4 - Research article
665 - 670
Effect of Immediate and Delayed Cold Water Immersion After a High Intensity Exercise Session on Subsequent Run Performance
 
Ned Brophy-Williams, Grant Landers, Karen Wallman
 

2008 - Volume 07, Issue 2 - Research article
235 - 241
The Effects of Multiple Cold Water Immersions on Indices of Muscle Damage
 
Stuart Goodall, Glyn Howatson
 

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