“Wow~ This is amazing. It really seems to improve blood circulation.”
On the morning of the 18th (Korean time), Hanwha players continued to visit the recovery treatment room in Bellbank Park in Mesa, Arizona, USA, where Hanwha’s spring camp was set up.
The reason why athletes came here is because of Cryo Therapy. Cryotherapy is a device that exposes the body to low temperatures of 80 degrees below zero for about 3 minutes to relieve muscle fatigue in a short time.
Kim Hyung-wook, Hanwha training coach, said, “It is a device with various effects, but in the end, it activates blood circulation to reduce fatigue, and it greatly helps in recovery, such as relieving pain from training. Most of the players have done it more than once, and the satisfaction is very high. situation,” he explained.
This equipment is gaining great popularity among players in the major leagues of American professional baseball. Rumor has it that Hanwha 슬롯사이트coach Carlos Subero, who spent a long time in the major leagues, discovered cryotherapy and was very satisfied.
The reaction of the players is one color of praise. On that day, Moon Dong-ju (20), a young gun who experienced cutting-edge recovery equipment, opened his mouth. Moon Dong-joo said, “The actual experience is the feeling of taking off your clothes and going out when it snows in Korea. It’s really amazing. Once you go in and out, your fatigue is relieved. It’s amazing.” Center hitter Chae Eun-seong (33) was also satisfied, saying, “I was in a really cold place for about 3 minutes, and I was able to endure it. After coming out, my body feels really refreshed and cool. The effect seems to be working.” Veteran pitcher Jang Si-hwan (36) also said, “The effect of use is very satisfactory”
Cryotherapy equipment has also been introduced in Korea. However, the cost for one use is around 150,000 to 200,000 won. That’s why it’s unreasonable for low-year, low-salary players. However, no one ‘worries about money’ at this camp. This is because the Hanwha team is using this equipment at a discounted price through cooperation with Bellbank Park. Currently, 10 players per day (5 pitchers and 5 fielders) are using it so that all players can use it at least once per turn. Koo Hyun-joon, manager of the Hanwha operation team, was delighted, saying, “With the full cooperation of Bellbank Park, the players can experience various facilities and conduct a more efficient camp.”
Six clubs (Hanwha, KIA, Kiwoom, KT, NC, and LG) who left Korea for field training in Arizona have turned their spring camp schedules around the halfway point. Now is the time when fatigue is accumulating. However, Hanwha players are relieving fatigue with state-of-the-art equipment. Hanwha’s season start is refreshing.