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Unread 01-19-2019, 09:25 AM
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Default 1 hour cold bath = 750 kcal burn. (cold thermogenesis)

is this real?
This guy in the video does a lot of explaining how it works but i wondering of this theorie also works in real life...

Take a look, its a short (and little funny) video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHEGO1vuQ5s
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Unread 01-19-2019, 10:47 AM
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Stop listening to idiots

1 hour in freezing cold water might be 150-200 if you're lucky.

Adn you have to freeze to death to make it work.
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Unread 01-20-2019, 01:00 AM
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Even if it was true, which is not, you would be so extremely hungry after all that freezing that it could induce binge eating. It's dumb idea on so many levels. Just walk or do some cardio like every normal person.
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Unread 01-20-2019, 07:11 AM
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My.old college roommate started this snake diet nonsense too, keep seeing this guy pop up a lot these days
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Unread 01-20-2019, 08:37 AM
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Even if it was true, which is not, you would be so extremely hungry after all that freezing that it could induce binge eating. It's dumb idea on so many levels. Just walk or do some cardio like every normal person.
There is that, too.

This is all about the whole BAT thing which does respond to cold exposure. But hte numbers being thrown around are fantasy.
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Unread 01-20-2019, 02:12 PM
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I take a HOT bath for at least an hour sometimes 2 every day...jacuzzi baby. I will lose between 5-7lbs in weight on the scale everytime and a visually noticeable difference in appearance. Obviously it's water weight but it's a nice little trick for a beach day. Just have a little electrolytes before or after if needed. I usually drink 32-64oz of water during and still a huge drop in weight.

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Unread 01-20-2019, 04:42 PM
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I take a HOT bath for at least an hour sometimes 2 every day...jacuzzi baby. I will lose between 5-7lbs in weight on the scale everytime and a visually noticeable difference in appearance. Obviously it's water weight but it's a nice little trick for a beach day. Just have a little electrolytes before or after if needed. I usually drink 32-64oz of water during and still a huge drop in weight.
Oh for god's sake.
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Stop listening to idiots

1 hour in freezing cold water might be 150-200 if you're lucky.

Adn you have to freeze to death to make it work.
i actually take sometimes a cold shower or bath in the morning after waking up.
(not ice, just cold)
And i like it because i got a huge energy rush after it.

But i wondering if a taking a cold bath after training really increase recovery?
i know that lots of athletes are doing it after training for many years but i don't really see how cold water speeds up recovery.
First cold water narrows the blood-vessels so its reduce the amount of blood into the muscle whats slows recovery (i think)
Second its very stressful and skyrocket stress hormones like cortisol?

what do you think?
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Unread 01-29-2019, 06:15 PM
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i actually take sometimes a cold shower or bath in the morning after waking up.
(not ice, just cold)
And i like it because i got a huge energy rush after it.

But i wondering if a taking a cold bath after training really increase recovery?
i know that lots of athletes are doing it after training for many years but i don't really see how cold water speeds up recovery.
First cold water narrows the blood-vessels so its reduce the amount of blood into the muscle whats slows recovery (i think)
Second its very stressful and skyrocket stress hormones like cortisol?

what do you think?
I think you shouldn't worry about hormones of which you have an absurdly simplistic understanding of. Kinda like ketards and insulins hurr durr omg
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i actually take sometimes a cold shower or bath in the morning after waking up.
(not ice, just cold)
And i like it because i got a huge energy rush after it.
I have been doing this now for maybe a month. I do some breathing exercises first (search wim Hof breathing to see what I do) then take a cold shower. I had a lot of depression related lethargy and fatigue and the breathing and cold showers has made a huge positive difference. It is great.
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