Wales mark 1 – 0 win over Austria with a session in one of CryoAction’s cryotherapy chambers

Wales are on the verge of making history. Their international football squad are close to being the first Wales side to reach the World Cup Finals since 1958. On Saturday night [02 September], they recorded a memorable 1 – 0 win over Austria. It was made all the more memorable for Ben Woodburn’s international debut. With his first Welsh cap, the 17-year-old marked his appearance at Cardiff City Stadium with a sensational goal. Continue reading “Cryotherapy Celebration for Victorious Wales Team”

After winning their crucial World Cup qualifier against Austria on Saturday night, it might have been thought the Wales players would go out in Cardiff to celebrate, or maybe have a few drinks at the team hotel.
However, the post-game routine instead saw the players undergo sub-zero temperatures in order to quicken their recovery.
Stars including Gareth Bale, Joe Ledley and debut goal hero Ben Woodburn all entered a cryotherapy chamber, wearing protective gloves and masks.

Cryotherapy involves the use of very low temperatures in bodily recovery, with the cold believed to help with muscle tears and soreness, relieving pains, sprains and swellings – the standard ailments after 90 minutes of football.
Often in football this is seen in the physio room staple which is the ice bath, but the Welsh FA had something more high-tech planned for their players.
The stars instead stripped down to their shorts and boxers to enter ice chambers so cold they needed to wear protection on their faces and hands, along with woolly hats.

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