Cooling protects from overheating – both in sports and in leisure times. You also prevent performance and concentration to decrease and avoid health and accident risks. Do as the Dutch national football team: With cooling vest to world top!
Work or physical exercise in heat is nearly impossible without sweating. Sweat trickles down, temperature rises, thermoregulation runs at full speed. Not only that clothes soaked with sweat are extremely uncomfortable – exhaustion, loss of performance and health problems are far worse. Heavy sweating means also high loss of energy what often leads to loss of performance and health problems unless sportswear is combined with appropriate cooling wear such as cooling vest or cool shirt.
Cooling textiles significantly reduce sweating and transpiration. Even during marathons or triathlons the cooling vest or cool shirt help to improve thermoregulation and performance of up to 10%. As a result, they also provide for better regeneration. There’s no need for sweating. With cooling vest or cool shirt – and also with cooling caps, bandanas and neckbands – exhaustion can be avoided. Enjoy success and fun during leisure times and sports.
High temperatures push our cardiovascular system to render top performance because our bodies suffer from loss of fluids and heat build-up. Performance and concentration are significantly decreasing.
This happens to top athletes, as well, because exactly where top performance is required the difference of already 1% of performance decides whether you win or lose. According to sports scientists, already 1.5-2% of liquid loss lead to a loss of performance of 4%. So heat decides whether you win or lose.
Extreme heat may even cause heat stroke or failure of vital organs when the body temperature rises too high. Appropriate cooling can help to prevent these effects. The YouTube video shows Lotus F1 Team Race Manager Paul Seaby who demonstrates the effects of appropriate cooling.
Not only the F1 racing team, but also top athletes such as the German Athletics Association (DLV) already use cooling wear with COOLINE SX3 technology.
During the IAAF World Championships in Moscow in 2013, not only athletes wore cooling clothes but also reporters, as you could witness on Free-TV. In Russia, the decathletes demonstrated how to use cooling wear. They used the cooling vest during warm-ups, in-between competitions and even in-between individual trials during discus and other events. Result: Germany won the vice world championship.
Since a couple of years now, we have observed a fundamental change in sports: cooling instead of warming up! Pioneers and scientific heads of these examinations, including various studies and publications, are Prof. Wilfried Joch, sports scientist of Münster University and Prof. Sandra Ückert of Berlin University.
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There are world champions who also save lives.
Fire fighters Joachim Posanz and Alexander Meyer of the Göttingen fire brigade combine both:
Each year they fight fires to save lives and each year they participate in professional championships to fight for the title of world’s toughest firefighter. Since 2010, the title of „Toughest Firefighter Alive“ has continuously been won by German firefighters.
Both world champion Joachim Posanz and Alexander Meyer, European and world vice champion, agree that the titles are alone to be attributed to E.COOLINE!
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So far, for most of us the subject of cooling was closely related to cold sprays or ice packs. By and by, the range of cooling equipment was extended by cold chambers, such as used by training centers, such as the German Sports Centre in Kienbaum, or cooling drums such as used for regeneration by the German football team. Various studies however repeatedly confirmed significant effects on performance by precooling measures, i.e. cold application before sports and in the breaks (intercooling). In 2010, the German Federal Institute for Sports Sciences published a survey on the scientific evidence of precooling by a number of sports scientists and sport physicians headed by Prof. Dr. Tim Meyer, physician of the German national football team.
Conclusion: An average increase of performance of 3.7% was confirmed for well-trained athletes in practical time trials.
Some sports stand for sweat and heat. Award-winning snaps of boxing matches are mainly those where the opponent is hit while thousands of drops of sweat are flying through the air. Unfortunately, this is exactly the problem! Because the body had previously produced the drops of sweat and consumed a lot of energy. Energy which was no longer available for the next punch.
Exactly the last two rounds are often characterized by exhaustion, lack of concentration and decrease of performance. An easy KO. Multiple world champion Rola El-Halabi and other world champions, such as Eddy Gutknecht, etc. already use E.COOLINE. The cooling vest for precooling before the fight starts and the E.COOLINE towel for intercooling in the breaks. For more concentration and performance until the final round!
High temperatures demand high performance from our cardiovascular system because our bodies suffer from loss of liquid and heat.
Not only people practicing sports but also people suffering from cardiovascular problems run risks by heat stress. Also older people are affected, because they additionally suffer from a decreased sense of thirst so that they often do not drink enough for longer periods of time. Moreover, the ability to sweat decreases with age and thus the possibility to release heat.
Both can lead to heat accumulation with a high increase of the body temperature what results in heat stroke or failure of vital organs. Appropriate cooling helps to prevent these accidents.
Most of you may have witnessed the accident of Samuel Koch during the German TV show "WETTEN DASS ?" in 2010. But most of you don’t know that after such accidents the “sweat center” of the body will no longer work and the body will no longer tolerate any form of heat.
After a car accident in Thailand, also Jens Maspfuhl became tetraplegic. Tetraplegics are no longer able to sweat. As Samuel Koch, he never gave up and has, in the meantime, succeeded as German Champion in his favorite sports activity. But golfing is usually carried out outdoors and preferably under a blue sky – what also applies for disabled golfers. If you cannot sweat, this will be a problem because your body temperature will rise and high performance will become difficult. With E.COOLINE cooling vest and basecap no problem for Jens Maspfuhl! Also in Thailand, his favorite country, he is able to relax with cooling vest at the pool and is not forced to retire in air-conditioned rooms. A cooling piece of more life quality.