[public-health] PHYSICAL ACTIVITY : RECOVERY : DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS: Best Ways to Recover from Strenuous Activity

 

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PHYSICAL ACTIVITY :

 

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Best Ways to Recover from Strenuous Activity

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Best Ways to Recover from Strenuous Activity

 

Published 1:00 am Sunday, February 19, 2017

Column: Sports Health

 

By Liz Ostrowski, MS,ATC, CSCS

Athletic Trainer

 

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Everyone is continually talking about getting physically active and how to

stay physically active. But you dont hear a lot of talk about how to

recover from strenuous physical activity.  It doesnt matter if the workout

is for a sport, training for a marathon, or just your daily exercise

routine. We all need to recover from our activities to help lessen the

muscle soreness and joint pain that comes along with a tough workout.

There are many ways to recover from a workout. Here are a few of the best

ways to help your body recover.

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Ice bath

Foam rolling and massage

Sleep

Eat a balanced diet

Cross train

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DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS:

Best Recovery Methods from Strenuous Physical Activity

 

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Effect of recovery interventions on lactate removal and subsequent performance

J Monedero, B Donne – International journal of sports medicine, 2000 – thieme-connect.com

 It is generally accepted [2] [12] that intense physical activity results in the production of lactate,
and the accumulation of lactate in  The purpose of the present study was to compare the effects
of four different recovery interventions following maximal cycling exercise  Methods. # 

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A single 10-min bout of cold-water immersion therapy after strenuous plyometric exercise has no beneficial effect on recovery from the symptoms of exercise-induced …

JR Jakeman, R Macrae, R Eston – Ergonomics, 2009 – Taylor & Francis

 Temperature was maintained by the addition of cubed ice, in keeping with field testing methods,
and was monitored using a  water immersion therapy protocol, similar to one that may be used
in field situations, as a recovery strategy following strenuous physical activity

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Compositions and methods for influencing recovery from strenuous physical activity

BM Zanghi, AJ Reynolds, RP Middleton – US Patent 9,107,867, 2015 – Google Patents

Compositions and methods for influencing the recovery of an animal from the effects of
strenuous physical activity. The compositions generally comprise about 4% to 6% readily
absorbable carbohydrate; about 10% to 30% maltodextrins; about 20% to 50% starch, for a

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Compositions and methods for influencing recovery from strenuous physical activity

BM Zanghi, AJ Reynolds… – US Patent App. 14/797,766, 2015 – Google Patents

Compositions and methods for influencing the recovery of an animal from the effects of
strenuous physical activity. The compositions generally comprise about 4% to 6% readily
absorbable carbohydrate; about 10% to 30% maltodextrins; about 20% to 50% starch, for a

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Cold water immersion and recovery from strenuous exercise: a meta-analysis

J Leeder, C Gissane, K van Someren… – British journal of sports …, 2011 – bjsm.bmj.com

 clarity on the efficacy of water immersions as suitable recovery strategies following strenuous
physical activity Whether CWI has specificity to recover muscle power over strength requires
further  CWI is frequently used as a recovery modality from strenuous exercise, despite a 

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 involves a three-fold approach and lifetime commitment of restricted eating, strenuous physical
activity, and frequent  The authors present a study of recovered women interviewed about the
meaning of their  from AN due to the lack of consensus as to how recovery should best be 

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Muscular fatigue in the pelvic floor muscles after strenuous physical activity

M Lindland Ree, I Nygaard, K Bø – Acta obstetricia et gynecologica …, 2007 – Taylor & Francis

 The aim of this study was to investigate whether strenuous physical activity can produce pelvic
floor muscle fatigue. Methods. Participants in this crossover study included 12 nulliparous women
with mild symptoms of stress urinary incontinence during strenuous physical activity

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Is strenuous physical activity appropriate for patients with coronary heart disease?

NK Wenger – Comprehensive Cardiac Rehabilitation, 1982 – karger.com

 moderate exercise currently recommended and feasible for most patients recovered from
myocardial infarction.  Strenuous Physical Activity and Coronary Heart Disease 203  an individual
coronary patient at a specific stage in recovery and rehabilitation. 

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Influence of tart cherry juice on indices of recovery following marathon running

G HowatsonMP McHughJA Hill… – … journal of medicine …, 2010 – Wiley Online Library

 Isometric strength recovered significantly faster (P=0.024) in the cherry juice group.
No other damage indices were significantly different.  Various strategies are routinely
used to accelerate recovery following strenuous physical activity

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 isometric torque immediately after the injury and took longer to fully recover (over 4  duration may
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[PDF] Recovery Nutrition

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 If you do not recover properly, you will not be ready to perform well during your next training  Intense
physical activity is likely to lead to a severe depletion of carbohydrate stores (glycogen) and
dehydration.  Fluid replenishment is a vital component of post-exercise recovery

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Right ventricular migration of a recovery IVC filter’s fractured wire with subsequent pericardial tamponade

I Saeed, M Garcia, K McNicholas – Cardiovascular and interventional …, 2006 – Springer

 France) and recommended that patients avoid strenuous physical activity and maneuvers that
could cause an increase in intra-abdominal pressure [11]. Our patient was a yoga enthusiast.
It may have been that the physical activity had some role in the Recovery filter wire 

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Early Degradation of Resurfacing Prostheses

C Cirstoiu, D Popescu, R Ene… – Key Engineering …, 2014 – Trans Tech Publ

 preserves bone capital, maintain femoral vasculature, rapid, resumption of intense physical activity,
complete recovery  month post-operatively mobilize the full load without support movements largely
recoveredRecovery was rapid, within a short span of time patients can make 

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Comparison of 5km running performance after 24 and 72 hours of passive recovery

A Bosak, P Bishop, JM Green, G Hawver… – The Sport …, 2009 – go.galegroup.com

 Passive recovery was deemed as no exercise or extensive physical activity during the allotted
recovery  between R24 and baseline R72 trials = 72 hrs of passive recovery between R72 
differences were found between trials Subjects appeared to be fully recovered before each 

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The effect of effleurage massage in recovery from fatigue in the adductor muscles of the thumb

R Young, B Gutnik, RW Moran, RW Thomson – Journal of manipulative and …, 2005 – Elsevier

 in sports and musculoskeletal medicine with the aim of enhancing performance and muscle
recovery and reducing soreness after intense physical activity Methods large muscle group
performance in the sporting setting, the current study investigated fatigue recovery in small 

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Recovery drink formula and method

W Gillota – US Patent App. 10/278,678, 2002 – Google Patents

 The drink provides nutrients to ensure recovery following strenuous physical activity provides
amino acids, vitamins and other biological factors so that optimal recovery and repair  inappropriate
oxidation of cellular components and thereby help the body to recover more quickly 

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Does low serum 25 OH vitamin D interact with very strenuous physical activity, facilitating development of rhabdomyolysis?

BN Conrad, CJ Glueck – Medical hypotheses, 2013 – Elsevier

 Does low serum 25 OH vitamin D interact with very strenuous physical activity, facilitating
development  suggest that when exercise-induced rhabdomyolysis develops, after full recovery
and back  When assessed in our center, having recovered from his rhabdomyolysis and DIC 

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Short-stay surgery: what really happens after discharge?

TT Tran, P Kaneva, NE Mayo, GM Fried, LS Feldman – Surgery, 2014 – Elsevier

 the deterioration in the physical role domain of HRQL and more intense physical activity from
baseline  Patients who reported a high baseline energy expenditure also had poorer recovery
to that  expenditure) and physical role HRQL took the greatest time to recover, while other 

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Management outcome of peroneal nerve injury at knee level: Experience of a single military institution

I Solmaz, EN Cetinalp, C Göçmez, BS Albayrak… – … i neurochirurgia polska, 2011 – Elsevier

 Nine of 11 patients (81%) with complete loss of foot dorsiflexion preoperatively recovered fully
in the follow-up period.  Conclusions. 1. Early decompression and neurolysis of CPN at knee level
after strenuous physical activity offers excellent functional recovery. 2. 

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G Raja, L Bräu, TN Palmer… – American Journal of …, 2008 – Am Physiological Soc

 a model of choice to investigate the response of muscle glycogen levels to intense physical activity
exercise, the rats were either killed (n = 10) or allowed to recover in separate  and a group of
cannulated rats was subjected to the exercise and the recovery protocols described 

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Cognitive function and mood during acute cold stress after extended military training and recovery

HR Lieberman, JW Castellani… – Aviation, space, and …, 2009 – ingentaconnect.com

 sleep ( ; 4 h sleep/night), caloric deficit ( ; 850 kcal zd 21), intense physical activity, and
psychological  During this 9-wk course, trainees engage in strenuous physical activity, their sleep
is restricted to  before they had any op- portunity to recover, following partial recovery (48 h 

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The pattern of catecholamine response to burst activity in leopard frogs, Rana pipiens

PA Fournier, A Nadeau, H Guderley – General and comparative …, 1994 – Elsevier

 pattern of catecholamine response in the frog dur- ing intense physical activity and the  RESULTS
Blood and Muscle Metabolite Response to Exercise Strenuous physical activity caused a marked 
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PA Borsa, KA Larkin, JS Martin – Med Sci Sports Exerc, 2012

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Absolute and functional iron deficiency in professional athletes during training and recovery

S ReinkeWR Taylor, GN Duda, S von Haehling… – International journal of …, 2012 – Elsevier

 Although recuperation seems to allow a certain recovery of iron storage, particularly in  blood flow
is reduced due to enhanced muscular perfusion during acute, intense physical activity Whether
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MB Cooke, E Rybalka, AD Williams… – Journal of the …, 2009 – jissn.biomedcentral.com

 injury is well understood as the product of unfamiliar or strenuous physical activity, and eccentric 
The extent of, and recovery from, damage was evaluated by the following established  that
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 Titze (46) remarks that athletes need recovery from strenuous physical activity. Similarly, recovery
is needed also by voice users after speaking extensively because they can be considered 
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Rationale for the Level of Carbohydrate Carbohydrate Needs for Intense Physical Activity. … The amount of carbohydrate that others have recommended for athletes is 60–70 percent of total energy intake … It has been suggested, however, that the daily recovery amount of carbohydrate for athletes be expressed in grams …

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Recovery for Performance in Sport

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The demands ofsuch training and competitive stimuli are normally large, and the importance of recovery to ensure adequate adaptation … Accordingly, itis recommended thatthe postexercise recovery phase provide conditionsconducive forhighquality sleep toensure sufficient and … Intense physical activity leads tosignificant increases inphysiological andcognitive demands, which maythen require …

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