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Effects of intermittent negative pressure and active recovery therapies in the post-match period in elite soccer players: A ran

Exercise Physiology
Maior et al.
Used Parameters : PBF

Publication Year : 2020

Country : Brazil

Journal : Biomedical Human Kinetics

Study aim: This study compared the effects of intermittent negative pressure therapy (INPT) vs. active recovery therapy (ART) on post-match physiological parameters such as serum CK level and skin temperature of the lower limbs in elite soccer players. Material and methods: Twenty healthy male professional soccer players from a Brazilian first division soccer club were enrolled in this randomized, parallel arm, open label, comparative study. After participating in 2 soccer matches, they were randomly assigned to two groups (n= 10) …
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