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Journal of Sports Sciences
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Effects of cold water immersion on the recovery of physical performance and muscle damage following a one-off soccer match
António Ascensão , Marco Leite , António N. Rebelo , Sérgio Magalhäes & José Magalhäes
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Research Centre in Physical Activity Health and Leisure, Faculty of Sport Faculty of Sport

Centre of Research, Education, Innovation and Interventionin Sport, Faculty of Sport, University of Porto, Portugal Available online: 16 Dec 2010

To cite this article: António Ascensão, Marco Leite, António N. Rebelo, Sérgio Magalhäes & José Magalhäes (2011): Effects of cold water immersion on the recovery of physical performance and muscle damage following a one-off soccer match, Journal of Sports Sciences, 29:3, 217-225 To link to this article:http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02640414.2010.526132

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Journal of Sports Sciences, February 1st 2011; 29(3): 217–225

Effects of cold water immersion on the recovery of physical performance and muscle damage following a one-off soccer match

´ ˜ ´ ANTONIO ASCENSAO1, MARCO LEITE2, ANTONIO N. REBELO3, 2 1 ´ ¨ ´ ¨ SERGIO MAGALHAES , & JOSEMAGALHAES
Research Centre in Physical Activity Health and Leisure, Faculty of Sport, 2Faculty of Sport, and 3Centre of Research, Education, Innovation and Intervention in Sport, Faculty of Sport, University of Porto, Portugal (Accepted 20 September 2010)
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Abstract The aim of this study was to assess the effects of a singlesession of cold or thermoneutral water immersion after a one-off match on muscular dysfunction and damage in soccer players. Twenty-male soccer players completed one match and were randomly divided into cryotherapy (10 min cold water immersion, 108C, n ¼ 10) and thermoneutral (10 min thermoneutral water immersion, 358C, n ¼ 10) groups. Muscle damage (creatine kinase, myoglobin), inflammation (C-reactiveprotein), neuromuscular function (jump and sprint abilities and maximal isometric quadriceps strength), and delayed-onset muscle soreness were evaluated before, within 30 min of the end, and 24 and 48 h after the match. After the match, the players in both groups showed increased plasma creatine kinase activity (30 min, 24 h, 48 h), myoglobin (30 min) and C-reactive protein (30 min, 24 h)concentrations. Peak jump ability and maximal strength were decreased and delayed-onset muscle soreness increased in both groups. However, differential alterations were observed between thermoneutral water and cold water immersion groups in creatine kinase (30 min, 24 h, 48 h), myoglobin (30 min), C-reactive protein (30 min, 24 h, 48 h), quadriceps strength (24 h), and quadriceps (24 h), calf (24 h) and...
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