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WBC-Effect at Pre-Cooling

There are three Pre-cooling variations (During, Prior to and After active preparation) and these variations are not mutually exclusive and can be combined arbitrarily. Pre-cooling by employing one of the three cold measures is most common.

Whole body cold air application in the cold chamber excludes simultaneous cooling since no sport-specific preparatory activity can be performed during this type of application. The intensity level of Pre-cooling is subject to external climatic conditions, in particular, but also load-dependent internal heat production during athletic activity. The higher the internal or external heat load, the more intensive Pre-cooling should be.

Pre-Cooling can be used to optimally prepare the body of the athlete for the upcoming load. This will optimize endurance and performance.