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Postby MissouriValleyUnite » January 28th, 2018, 12:13 am

Aka lawyers converting the cryotherapy terror into a golden parachute to pinkslip Lusk with cause.
http://www.news-leader.com/story/sports ... 070594001/
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Postby PurpleAcesFootball » January 29th, 2018, 1:28 pm

MissouriValleyUnite wrote:Aka lawyers converting the cryotherapy terror into a golden parachute to pinkslip Lusk with cause.
http://www.news-leader.com/story/sports ... 070594001/


Geez. Not sure how exactly they got hurt, but cryotherapy has been around for awhile. The article makes it sound like they smeared the players in goat's blood and shook snake rattles.

The FDA also doesn't approve vitamins, herbs, or supplements like creatine which are common amongst high performance athletes. (See Tom Brady and his TB12 products.)

**Disclaimer - I am not a doctor and this post does not constitute medical advice. You should consult your physician before engaging in any workout or training recovery activity. *** :D
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Re: MSU investigating cryotherapy incident

Postby Bear4Life » January 29th, 2018, 1:47 pm

This was posted on Bears forum about the incident. No source listed, so take it for what it is, but the story makes sense:

After the players reached the place of this incident as I have found out, there was a thick pad on the bottom of the machine in question. The players were too tall to stand, and the pad was removed exposing the bottom of machines surface. The pad was there for a reason, and someone recommended it to be taken out. As soon as Fofana stood in the machine and it was activated, he screamed in pain at some point, and they took him out. (Too Late) After that, Scurry was then placed in the machine and felt the same pain and was immediately removed. This is my understanding from a reliable source. This is not testimony, only information. Fofana is now apparently out for the year, and Scurry for two more weeks.
This is a difficult situation for all involved because no-one believes it was intentional. I hope we can get to the final analysis and prevent any litigation. There will be additional explanations, so just take this as IMO.
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Re: MSU investigating cryotherapy incident

Postby MSUDuo » January 29th, 2018, 2:04 pm

PurpleAcesFootball wrote:
MissouriValleyUnite wrote:Aka lawyers converting the cryotherapy terror into a golden parachute to pinkslip Lusk with cause.
http://www.news-leader.com/story/sports ... 070594001/


Geez. Not sure how exactly they got hurt, but cryotherapy has been around for awhile. The article makes it sound like they smeared the players in goat's blood and shook snake rattles.

The FDA also doesn't approve vitamins, herbs, or supplements like creatine which are common amongst high performance athletes. (See Tom Brady and his TB12 products.)

**Disclaimer - I am not a doctor and this post does not constitute medical advice. You should consult your physician before engaging in any workout or training recovery activity. *** :D


But unlike cryotherapy, vitamins, herbs, and (most) supplements have research backing them up.

And for the record, the service was done on campus.
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Re: MSU investigating cryotherapy incident

Postby pafan » January 29th, 2018, 2:17 pm

Unlike vitamins, minerals and supplements, cryotherapy looks cool on Instagram.
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Re: MSU investigating cryotherapy incident

Postby BirdsEyeView » January 29th, 2018, 4:09 pm

pafan wrote:Unlike vitamins, minerals and supplements, cryotherapy looks cool on Instagram.


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