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Cold Water Test - Vlog 5.21.12 (Day 237)

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Published on May 23, 2012

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So yes, just like everyone else in the paleosphere, I am experimenting with cold thermogenesis. Figured since my muscle tension has been on the rise and feeling a bit fatigued, it couldn't hurt to give it an experiment.

I have been lowering my shower temps for awhile (with little success), so this time I filled up the tub with cold tap water. At 66 degrees F that doesn't seem overly cold, but boy was that a tough first dip (made it 10 minutes). I will keep working my temps down and see what happens.

One surprise, usually when I am in cold air temps and get the chills, it makes my back/neck muscle tension worse. The cold water bath though did NOT make my tension any worse even though I was shivering near the end. It was about the same or maybe a bit better.

Here are a few notes on Cold Thermogenesis from Marks Daily Apple
http://www.marksdailyapple.com/dear-m...

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