It’s time to go to the beach, folks!
Great site. Read it every day and I’m not even
Russian. However, this swimming in frozen water really puzzles me. I can think of far better ways to punish one’s heart. Like drinking alcohol, smoking cigarettes and eating fatty food, for instance.
Really, my favourite site.
Keep up the good work.
I’ll try to explain the curve of Google-English. Quick dip into the icy water provokes the immune system of the person with the instantaneous powerful mobilization. Body temperature for a few seconds, increased to 40-41 (Celsius), but blood pressure and heart rate hardly changed. A large amount of hormones. As a result, a significant number of viral infections destroyed the immune system without the aid of antibiotics. Threat to the heart is only if there is a serious pathology. In other cases, diving into the icy water is useful for blood and lymph vessels. I dived into the icy water 1 time a year in February and for the last 6 years never been sick.
Swimming in icy water – is quite another. It needs preparation. In Russia, these people are called “walrus”. I am familiar with the old man, who 15 years swims in the icy water. He 84, but looks 60.
First woman is so hot.
She looks cold to me.
That dog is guilty of something.
I’d say there were some perky nipples there
The woman in the yellow bikini needs to gain weight-yikes!
In Midwest America the people who go into the icy water are called the Polar Bear Club.
… that and Crazy.
Hey cowboy, is there a tiny gun in your pants or are you just… oh, you’re that cold huh?
not only cool, but cold
red hair milf in the last pics is gorgeous
That lady is hot !
you will probably need a wool swimwear for this
wow – COLD!
We do this in the US-Minnesota and call it “The Polar Plunge”
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