R.I.C.E. revisited

The training universe is filled with acronyms—DOMS, AMRAP, BMI, HIIT—and of course one of the most ubiquitous acronyms in existence, R.I.C.E. Since 1978 when Dr. Gabe Mirkin published The Sports Medicine Book, rest, ice, compression and elevation has been a step-by-step guide to treat all the aches, pains and acute injuries that arise from chasing personal records and pushing your body to the max in the gym and on the field.

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