Introducing the ultimate portable & affordable ice bath, simply designed to enjoy cold water therapy anywhere. Experience a natural high feeling like no other & get all the amazing health benefits, without the need for a chest freezer, or spending 1000's on a custom ice bath. The Ice Pod is for indoor & outdoor use, Insulated and fits 1 person (person up to 6ft9)
Everybody has their own method for waking up; double shots of espresso, a quick workout, and so on. If you’re looking for a quick start to your morning or an afternoon pick me up, a icy cold immersion might just be the answer. Many people turn to cold plunging when looking for a new way to boost their daily energy!
Recovery / Performance
Cold therapy benefits extend beyond the mental and chemical aspects of your body too. Sports medicine has utilized cold water therapy for years, to help the active recovery of your muscles.
Cold therapy has shown the ability increase your baseline dopamine. Dopamine is the molecule in our brain and body that is linked to motivation. According to Dr. Andrew Huberman dopamine can enhance our depth of focus and lower our threshold for taking action towards our specific goals.
The boost in norepiniphrine you'll get from consistant ice baths has been shown to be up to 5x. This neurotransmitter can dramatically reduce inflammation and help with chronic pain.
Cold water therapy has been shown to be an effective supplemental treatment for stress relief by decreasing the stress hormone cortisol. A study found that regular cold showers and ice baths helped reduce anxiety and improve the mood of participants.
Researchers have known for a while that it connects to our daily energy. In particular, there is lots of evidence that a lack of dopamine can contribute to depression, meaning that a cold plunge might help to reduce depression and improve overall mood! Don't take our word for it though, just ask anyone who has ever plunged in cold icy water!
When you dip into the cold Ice Pod, your body triggers the autonomic nervous system. This system is a network of vessels and nerves, split into two parts that control your response to stress. When you begin to control your response to stress, you’ll likely find that you begin to control your relaxation and sleep.