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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Cold Immersion Video  (Read 4058 times)

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Bio-Bil1

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Great video. I found it particularly interesting the difference in time between your muscles not being able to function and actually becoming hypothermic.
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Don't know how i missed the original post, but sure am glad i saw it today. Thx!

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That was a really great video. Thanks for sharing.
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Jude

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Thanks so much, cruising 40 degree temps all the time on Tahoe I need all the help I can get.!!


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Interesting clip.  Thanks for sharing. 


FinJunkieDarren

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Very interesting. I really had no idea.


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Very informative video! Thanks for sharing! A PFD is always a must!


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LOL  Having turtled on the open ocean....yeah...PFD is ALWAYS on....great video. Thanks for posting!


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Loved it. Great video and reminder on why you need to have your pfd on at all times when on water. Thanks for sharing!


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Very good video. Make sure to get a life jacket that is comfortable for you so you have it on all the time on the waters. Your life is worth it. shell out some $$$ for the PFD


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I have noticed that my standard foam PFD really helps keep me warm in the winter.  Kinda like a big cooler strapped around my core.  In the summer time, that becomes a problem, and I struggle not to overheat.


 

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