Youâ€™re in the middle of a nice, hot shower, feeling your muscles relax, the dayâ€™s tension (or nightâ€™s sleepiness) melt away. As you bask in the quiet moment of repose, suddenly your body gets a startling jolt. After a second of disoriented shock, you realize something has happened to the hot water. Did someone start the washer? Is the water heater going berserk? Your hopes of relaxation now dashed, your stress level through the roof, you finish only the most obligatory rinsing and step out of the shower cursing, muttering and shivering as you reach for your towel.
But does a cold shower need to ruin the day? Can they actually be more than a nuisance, but a legitimate health therapy as some say? We thought weâ€™d do some digging to explore the notion MDA reader Alex recently put forth: â€œThe way Grok kept himself clean sure wasnâ€™t with sustained periods of temperature controlled hot water. Maybe we shouldnâ€™t either.â€ The results we found were very intriguing (and encouraging) indeed.
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Rest 5 minutes then
5 Snatch Grip Barbell Deadlift (Suggested load 1.25x bodyweight)
10 Ring Push Ups
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