The journey of IPL 2021 season is over for Royal Challengers Bangalore. After the game, team captain Virat Kohli was seen going through a much-needed recovery session. Kohli is known to be a stickler when it comes to fitness routines, but recently he was seen using dynamic compression or air compression therapy during his ‘downtime’.
In a recent Instagram post shared by Kohli, he can be seen using Normatek recovery system Pulse. Which is said to help athletes recover faster from fatigue.
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Air compression therapy is a technique that increases blood flow to different parts of the body, accelerating the natural mechanisms for delivering oxygen, nutrients and hormones throughout the body. Simultaneously removes metabolic waste. With this, the body recovers muscles, as well as relief from pain and swelling due to fatigue, quickly recovers.
Air compression therapies are meant to increase circulation to the feet and reduce pain. It moves fluid from your leg to the lower hip while reducing muscle fatigue. This system is not only used after training or for improving competition but it is also used for warm-up.
Let us tell you that Virat Kohli had said to leave the captaincy even before the start of the second phase of IPL 2021. Apart from this, he will also step down as the captain of the Indian team in the T20 format. Virat Kohli has been associated with Royal Challengers Bangalore since the inception of the IPL. He has been captaining the team continuously since 2013, however, he has not been able to win the IPL trophy even once under his captaincy.
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