Can exercising in frigid temperatures make us healthier? Can exercising in frigid temperatures make us healthier?
Journalist Scott Carney points out that humans dealt with cold temperatures for much of their evolutionary history. Introducing a bit of chill into our... Can exercising in frigid temperatures make us healthier?

Journalist Scott Carney points out that humans dealt with cold temperatures for much of their evolutionary history. Introducing a bit of chill into our daily life now, he says, stimulates muscles and tissue in a good way.


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