Iced!: The Illusionary Treatment Option [Gary Reinl, Dr. Kelly Starrett, Gabe Mirkin M.D.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. “Topical cooling. For years people have iced their injuries, thinking it helps the healing process. Now Gary Reinl says we were wrong and has the research to. This week we take a moment to review the book “ICED! The Illusionary Treatment Option” by author Gary Reinl. Find out what we think of Iced.

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Synergen3 Dietary Supplement This week we take a moment to review a new supplement to hit the functional fitness market — Synergen3: As I read the book I could really relate to what Reinl was stating and his arguments and points all make complete sense to me. This study found that after exercise people who were given ice compared to not showed increased levels of gart kinase, an indicator of soft-tissue damage.

Book Review: “Iced” by Gary Reinl

He eventually regained functionality in the use of his limb. Had I not, I may very well still be icing my body on a weekly basis, reeinl believing it to be an effective method of treatment. Demonstration of the Marc Pro. The temporary benefit of nerve sedation so that you feel less pain does not outweigh the cost that ice has on the delayed healing process and increased lymphedema.

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Topical cooling icing delays recovery from eccentric exercise-induced muscle damage. Don’t Miss Hemp Oil for Golfers? Posted December 27, 0. The former is necessary and vital for healing and latter is a deleterious effect of an injury. I want to stop that from happening. I definitely felt like I was reading the same thing over and over again a few times during the book and would often read the same argument, or point, made in a different way later in the book. John Michael Bric March 26, When fluid is built up in the body, like after an acute ankle sprain, it is a high pressure area.

Are you still Icing? Throughout the book Reinl uses grocery shopping to compare inflammation and swelling, and likens a toothpaste tube to fluid dynamics. Because icing can stop athletes from reaching their full potential and realizing their dreams. The longer the time treated, the more pump effect you get.

114: Are you still Icing? with Gary Reinl the “Anti-Iceman”

The Illusionary Treatment Option is a great insight into icing and the hidden truths about cold therapy. And what constitutes excessive?

When I sprained my ankle, I iced it. I get to do this stuff for a living training that is, not playing. The reason is basic; I am fighting 40 years relnl wide-spread misinformation and wanted to make sure my message was received and retained.


Gary has spent nearly forty years in the sports-medicine field, with diverse experiences ranging from training professional athletes, developing rehabilitation programs for injured workers, to pioneering the field of strength-building renil women during the pregnancy year.

I agree; I do, by design, repeat myself in the book: Sometimes movement is painful, so only small, pain-free ranges of movements should be performed.

Today, he has revised his stance on ice.

The Illusionary Treatment Option Price: Using very detailed and descriptive examples Reinl allows readers to grasp the point that icing only delays the inflammation process and as a result, slows down he healing process. The rolled ankle of a child playing soccer during recess, to the collegiate tennis player that strained her hamstring chasing down a drop shot, to the professional baseball pitcher that routinely deals with a sore shoulder after 7 intense innings pitched.

Posted December 21, 0. As a chamber garyy filled with fluid, the gates open to the next chamber, which pushes it along the pressure gradient.

However, after reading his book, and doing a bit of my own research, I tend to agree with what Reinl is talking about. Their logic was sound, and is still used to this day.