Why it's important to cool down after exercise, according to the science
Cooling down after exercise helps avoid injury, reduce delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), and stretch muscles.
Cooling down after exercise is as vital as warming up, keeping blood moving and reducing adverse effects.
We all know that warming up before exercise prevents injury and improves blood flow, but cooling down afterward is just as important.
Exercise stresses your body, regardless of intensity.
Stretching helps prevent DOMS, lowers heart rate, and cools your body after a workout. Static and dynamic stretches exist.
Static stretching exercises to increase and maintain muscular flexibility can aid your rehabilitation.
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