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The Benefits of Cold Water Immersion
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2:38:44 - 2:40:37 (01:53)

In this episode, the speaker talks about the difference between cold water immersion and cold showers and the benefits of cold water immersion. He also shares that while cold showers may not have much benefit, it’s better to wait a few hours before jumping in the ice after a workout.

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