Somewhere between the cold sauna and a snowy winter, I found the way to fix the aging process. Or at least thats what my two friends from Belarus and Siberia told me it would do ;) Hot sauna and bikram is so last year, this season I will define myself by regenerating young tissue in the cold. It has become popular through out Europe and is now entering North America for the first time.
Anyone looking for a sweatless, painless process to stay young should investigate this treatment. It is still cost prohibitive, but gaining momentum. My personal experience was that it took a lot of mental endurance to stay in the cold refrigerated unit. Don’t try this if you are claustrophobic and best results if you try it the first time with an experienced cryo-participant, because it’s really easy to miss the signals for every thirty seconds.
After you emerge, your limbs are as heavy as if you just did 5 shots of patron in one sitting. This quickly wears off, as you enter the fitness room for 10 minutes of cardio followed by 10 minutes of stretching. After one sauna treatment, I was so tired that sleep was necessary as soon as I returned home, and I slept for 12 hours! It was invigorating and I felt pretty good the next day.