DO WE NEED A COOL-DOWN AFTER EXERCISE? A NARRATIVE REVIEW OF THE PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS AND THE EFFECTS ON PERFORMANCE, INJURIES AND THE LONG-TERM ADAPTIVE RESPONSE

Review written by Dr Travis Pollen info

BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVE

Following physical activity, many exercisers engage in a few minutes of low to moderate-intensity walking, jogging, cycling or swimming. This post-exercise activity is known as an active cool-down. It’s widely believed that an active cool-down aids recovery and enhances subsequent

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