People in the Metro Are Freezin’ for a Reason
Glacial Peak Cryotherapy Is Offering A Week Long Polar Plunge To Benefit Special Olympics North Dakota
FARGO, ND — If you’ve always wanted to try the polar plunge, but don’t want to get wet, you may enjoy it cryo-style!
Glacial Peak Cryotherapy in West Fargo is having a Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics North Dakota.
You can register a team of three or more all this week for the plunge on February 17th.
Groups are challenged to try Whole Body Cryotherapy for free.
Half of purchases made that day will benefit Special Olympics.
Cryotherapy uses ultra-low temperatures between 170 and 250 degrees below zero to quickly repair muscles and provide medical therapy.
“Some people get a burst of energy and endorphins are released,” said owner Pam Bradow. “Some people get a little bit of a fatigue layover just because they’re working out some of the toxins.”
Gloves, socks, slippers, and robes are provided for the session.
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