Putting the big chill on cryotherapy

There’s no evidence yet showing that exposure to extreme cold eases muscle soreness after exercise

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COOLING OFF  A few minutes in a cryotherapy cabin can chill the muscles and skin, but whether the treatment is effective for easing muscle soreness remains unclear. 

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