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Full Body Cryotherapy for Recovery

Provider : Cryo Fitness Penrith
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The body is surrounded by hyper-cooled air at an average temperature of -140°C for 2½ to 3 minutes. Cold sensors in the skin send a signal to the brain which causes blood to rush to the core. As blood is circulated through the core, toxins are flushed and blood becomes enriched with oxygen and all the necessary enzymes and nutrients.


When the session ends, the oxygenated and enzyme enriched blood rushed back through the body accelerating the natural recovery process. The release of endorphins, metabolic rate and production of collagen are accelerated.


Recovery time is shortened, energy level is dramatically increased and the endorphin release aids the body in dealing with pain and inflammation. The increase in metabolic rate allows the body to burn more calories and the production of collagen improves whole body skin elastic.


Pain Management

Naturally reduce pain in muscles and joints. Results can be immediate and lasting.

Reduce Inflammation

The endorphin release aids the body in dealing with pain and inflammation.

Rapid Recovery

Enhance your sporting and performance with rapid cold recovery, similar to an ice bath.

Injury Therapy

The increase in oxygenated blood flow will speed up muscle and joint recovery.

Fat Reduction

An increase in metabolic rate allows the body to burn more calories.


The production of collagen helps to improve skin firmness and elasticity.

Location : Zoo Fitness Penrith Gym, Mulgoa Road, Penrith NSW, Australia
Cost : $ 66.00
Activities : Fitness Training
Gender : Any
Days : Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Age Group : 12 to 17, 18 to 25, 26 to 35, 36 to 50, 51 to 65, 65+
Level : Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

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