It would definately be a plunge in and jump out.
"They" say that a person's morning shower should end with cold water.
They must not have been talking about my shower. Ha!
Try it. It's supposed to be "invigoratin' " (imitating Scottish accent)...
Yea...Not doing that..
Not wading...not plunging...not ending my shower with cold water. Uh uh.
If I did it at all, it would have to be a fast plunge and exit. (Of course, there's a good chance I would die of a heart attack before the exit.)
Depends on what the plunge area looked like, if it's a small little area, sometimes you you have to jump in. But I think I'd try to spend some time in the water, and not just leave right away.
Don't you think if you plunged in your heart might be negatively effected?
I haven't thought about the much, but I think it would send a shock though my body adjusting to the super cold water, but I wouldn't think it would effect me long term (as long as I could get out and get warmed up and they normally have people to help with that).
People in their 30s - 40s can be especially effected by heart failure.
I don't think a known polar plunge would normally do that... but I could be completely wrong.
I would die instantly
I wouldn't let that happen to you.