Used by the All Blacks.
Spotted keeping the players cool at the Rugby World Cup in Paris.
Fill directly with ICE for an instant cool down.
90cm of ice therapy to wrap around the body.
Cold therapy, such as ice packs or cold water immersion, can help reduce inflammation by constricting blood vessels and limiting the release of inflammatory substances. It can help decrease swelling, alleviate pain, and promote faster recovery from injuries or intense physical activity.
Cold therapy before bedtime can promote better sleep. The drop in core body temperature induced by cold exposure can help regulate the sleep-wake cycle and promote the release of sleep-promoting hormones, such as melatonin. It can also help relax the body and reduce muscle tension, facilitating a more restful sleep.
Strengthen immune system
Cold therapy has been shown to activate the immune system, leading to an increase in immune cell activity and the production of certain cytokines. This can enhance the body's defence against pathogens and support overall immune function.
Reduce muscle soreness
Cold therapy, including ice packs or cold baths, can help alleviate muscle soreness and reduce inflammation following intense physical exercise. The cold temperature constricts blood vessels, reducing blood flow to the affected muscles and minimising the buildup of metabolic waste products associated with muscle soreness.
Increase fat loss
Cold exposure activates brown adipose tissue (BAT), a type of fat that generates heat by burning calories. When exposed to cold temperatures, BAT is stimulated, leading to increased energy expenditure and potentially aiding in fat loss over time.
Have more energy
Cold exposure stimulates the release of hormones like norepinephrine and adrenaline, which can increase alertness, focus, and overall energy levels. It can provide a natural boost and enhance mental and physical performance.