How many times have you finished a tough session at the gym and thought, “I’m going to feel that in the morning…”? Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is a common inflammatory response in the muscles cells as a result of high-intensity workouts. While this soreness may be accepted as an unfortunate reality of leading an active lifestyle, researchers have been fervently seeking a delayed onset muscle soreness pain relief solution to decrease the pain before it starts.

Topical analgesics like Biofreeze are an easy way to achieve pain relief with a single application; but are they effective enough to reduce delayed onset muscle soreness? Dr. Michael Rogers of Wichita State University set out to establish how long Biofreeze may reduce this pain, and achieved amazing results.

Hear more about the study and results in the video below!



Rogers ME, Jimoh JM, Chekuri SV. 2016. Lasting effects of Biofreeze on pain relief in sedentary young men and women with delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS) (Abstract). Presented at Performance Health TRAC Annual Meeting in Denmark, Copenhagen. July 21-23, 2016.


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