RAFA NADAL SE RECUPERA EN AIRE PURO PARA LA COPA DAVIS

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El tenista ha iniciado su preparación para la próxima eliminatoria de Copa Davis con un tratamiento de fisioterapia en la burbuja de aire puro que le ayuda a recuperarse y oxigenar mejor, además de tener un importante efecto sobre el jet-lag.

El tenista español Rafa Nadal venció el pasado lunes al serbio Noval Djokovic, número uno del ránking ATP y consiguió hacerse con el US Open 2013 marcando así el decimotercer Gran Slam de su carrera y su onceavo titulo en este 2013.

Como es habitual, el español cumplió con profesionalidad su rutina y con tan solo unas horas de descanso tras su regreso de Nueva York, hizo su primer entrenamiento en la Caja Mágica (Madrid), donde empezó a prepararse para el duelo de Copa Davis contra Ucrania del próximo fin de semana.

La rutina de un campeón con semejante nivel de esfuerzo físico necesita de una recuperación óptima que, según señaló el Dr. Ángel Ruiz Cotorro, responsable médico de la Real Federación Española al diario Marca, se basa en ‘Un buen desayuno con hidratos y un tratamiento en la burbuja de aire puro que ayuda a recuperar y oxigenar mejor, y además tiene un importante efecto sobre el jet-lag. Luego ha hecho fisioterapia general, fisioterapia de la rodilla para descargar, y después ha dormido hasta la hora de comer’, comentaba el doctor.

COMO NOS AFECTA EL JET-LAG

Al realizar vuelos largos con cambios horarios, nos encontramos expuestos a los efectos generados por la falta de oxígeno, entre los cuales se encuentra el jet-lag, las cefaleas, el insomnio y el cansancio entre otros. En estudios realizados con BUBBLE | PURE AIR, se detectó que utilizando la burbuja de aire puro se podían reducir dichos efectos puesto que actúa como sala de compensación de la deuda anaeróbica.

Desde 2010, el Equipo Español de Copa Davis cuenta en sus Servicios Médicos con una burbuja de aire puro para los tratamientos de fisioterapia y los procesos de recuperación. Según comentaba el Dr. Cotorro, las exigencias de una competición como Copa Davis obligan a amortizar al máximo el tiempo de concentración con el equipo. Por ello, durante la semana de preparación y los tres días de competición, la burbuja de aire puro permite a los Servicios Médicos realizar los diferentes tratamientos que precisan los jugadores a la vez que disponer de un espacio de aire puro que por si mismo supone un valor añadido.

El aire puro, en el proceso de recuperación física después de la práctica de ejercicio, favorece tanto la regeneración de las vías respiratorias como la recuperación mental, al mejorar la oxigenación cerebral, facilitando también la relajación física y psíquica y está indicado también para la prevención del asma del deportista.

 

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RAFA NADAL RECOVERS IN PURE AIR FOR THE NEXT DAVIS CUP

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The tennis player has started his preparation for the next Davis Cup preliminary round with a physiotherapy treatment in a pure air bubble that helps him to recover and get better oxigenation, besides having and important effect on the jet lag.

The Spanish tennis player Rafa Nadal beat, on Monday, the serbian Noval Djokovic, number one in the ATP rankings , to win and get the U.S. Open 2013 . The Spaniard needed three hours and 21 minutes to beat his opponent , and getting this way the thirteenth Grand Slam of his career and his eleventh title in this 2013 .

As usual, the Spanish achieve professionaly his routine, and with only a few hours of resting after his return from New York , made ​​his first training in Caja Mágica, where he began to prepare for the Davis Cup match against Ukraine next weekend.

The routine of a champion with such level of physical effort needs an optimal recovery which, as mentioned the doctor Angel Ruiz Cotorro, chief medical officer of the Royal Spanish Federation to the daily newspaper Marca, is based on a ‘Good breakfast with carbohydrates and a treatment in the pure air bubble that helps to recover and oxygenate better, and also has an important effect on the jet- lag symptoms’. ‘Then he has made general physiotherapy, knee physiotherapy to release tension, and then has slept until lunchtime ‘ added the doctor.

HOW JET-LAG AFFECT US

When making long flights with schedule changes, we are exposed to the effects produced by the lack of oxygen, among we can found jet lag, headaches, insomnia and fatigue among others. In studies done with BUBBLE | PURE AIR, it was found that using the pure air bubble could reduce these effects since it acts as compensation room of the anaerobic debt.

Since 2010, the Spanish Davis Cup Team has in their Medical Services a pure air bubble for physiotherapy and recovery processes. As Dr. Cotorro said, requirements such as Davis Cup competition demand to recoup the concentration time with the team. Therefore, during preparation week and the three competition days, the pure air bubble allows Medical Services perform the different treatments that players require and to have a pure air space which is itself an added value.

Pure air, in the process of physical recovery after the exercise training, promotes regeneration both respiratory and mental recovery by improving cerebral oxygenation, also facilitating physical and mental relaxation and is also indicated for the prevention athlete’s asthma.

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RAFA NADAL RECOVERS IN PURE AIR FOR THE NEXT DAVIS CUP

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The tennis player has started his preparation for the next Davis Cup preliminary round with a physiotherapy treatment in a pure air bubble that helps him to recover and get better oxigenation, besides having and important effect on the jet lag.

The Spanish tennis player Rafa Nadal beat, on Monday, the serbian Noval Djokovic, number one in the ATP rankings , to win and get the U.S. Open 2013 . The Spaniard needed three hours and 21 minutes to beat his opponent , and getting this way the thirteenth Grand Slam of his career and his eleventh title in this 2013 .

As usual, the Spanish achieve professionaly his routine, and with only a few hours of resting after his return from New York , made ​​his first training in Caja Mágica, where he began to prepare for the Davis Cup match against Ukraine next weekend.

The routine of a champion with such level of physical effort needs an optimal recovery which, as mentioned the doctor Angel Ruiz Cotorro, chief medical officer of the Royal Spanish Federation to the daily newspaper Marca, is based on a ‘Good breakfast with carbohydrates and a treatment in the pure air bubble that helps to recover and oxygenate better, and also has an important effect on the jet- lag symptoms’. ‘Then he has made general physiotherapy, knee physiotherapy to release tension, and then has slept until lunchtime ‘ added the doctor.

HOW JET-LAG AFFECT US

When making long flights with schedule changes, we are exposed to the effects produced by the lack of oxygen, among we can found jet lag, headaches, insomnia and fatigue among others. In studies done with BUBBLE | PURE AIR, it was found that using the pure air bubble could reduce these effects since it acts as compensation room of the anaerobic debt.

Since 2010, the Spanish Davis Cup Team has in their Medical Services a pure air bubble for physiotherapy and recovery processes. As Dr. Cotorro said, requirements such as Davis Cup competition demand to recoup the concentration time with the team. Therefore, during preparation week and the three competition days, the pure air bubble allows Medical Services perform the different treatments that players require and to have a pure air space which is itself an added value.

Pure air, in the process of physical recovery after the exercise training, promotes regeneration both respiratory and mental recovery by improving cerebral oxygenation, also facilitating physical and mental relaxation and is also indicated for the prevention athlete’s asthma.

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