Thursday, September 23, 2021
Cold Thermogenesis

Boost Metabolism Using Cold Training | Science Based

How does the cold help me lose weight? This is a common question, and it is something that depends on your method of training. Check out the scientific study here:
Evanna L. Mills et al. Accumulation of succinate controls activation of adipose tissue thermogenesis, Nature (2018). DOI: 10.1038/s41586-018-0353-2

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10 thoughts on “Boost Metabolism Using Cold Training | Science Based
  1. So u need to shiver to lose “ stubborn fat” mean while ur sitting at almost 20% body fat the whole time u in the North Pole 😂😂😂 people need to stop spews for views smfh

  2. Hey Jesse, recent subscriber, but was hoping you could answer a question. I've been practicing Wim Hof breathing and cold showers for about 2 weeks. But I saw in one of your videos you recommend to breath through the nose and out the mouth. For Wim Hof breathing I purely do mouth as sometimes a nostril gets plugged and makes it harder to fully inhale, is mouth breathing only still as beneficial as in the nose and out the mouth? Thank you and keep up the great work!

  3. NICE TIP. Will wait till I shiver just a little to activate brown fat. BROWN FAT is the most important part for me. Correct me if I am wrong. Thanks for excellent and practical topics as usual.

  4. Interesting, I just finished reading Scott Carney's book and it suggests you should try and prevent shivering to activate brown fat. I'll have to check out the research. 🙂

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