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Mild cold exposure can help body burn more calories

An article from PressTV: A research carried out by Dutch scientists into the effects of lower temperatures on human beings’ metabolism suggests that feeling cold could help people lose weight.   The findings of the 10-year-long study by the researchers from Maastricht University Medical Center in the Netherlands indicated that a more variable indoor temperature that more closely [...]

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Exposure To Mild Cold Could Aid Weight Loss, Study Suggests

By Bahar Gholipour, Staff Writer - Huffington PostPublished: 01/22/2014 02:06 PM EST on LiveScience "Temperature training" may be what is missing from your weight-loss plan. New evidence suggests that regular exposure to mildly cold air may help people lose weight by increasing the amount of energy their bodies have to expend to keep their core temperature [...]

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World Champion uses KewlFit During Winter Workouts

Current UCI World Cycling Tour Champion and member of the Paralympics Ireland Team, Colin Lynch, wears his KewlFit Performance Cooling Vest during his winter training sessions to enhance performance, increase endurance and to improve overall workout.

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CrossFit with KewlFit

CrossFit athletes are mimicking training tools used by many of the world’s leading strength and conditioning experts. The use of the KewlFit targeted 58°F/14°C Cooling Vests have begun to pop up in Boxes across the country. These vests are being used similar to how the USA Cycling Team, Alberto Contador and the Dutch National Soccer [...]

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Brown Fat or ‘Good Fat’ Stimulated by Cool Temperatures

Cooling the body down, rather than building up a sweat, could be an effective way of losing weight, a new research from Harvard University revealed. The Scientists concluded that brown fat – a “good” fat that burns calories – is activated by the cold. Brown Fat is found naturally in humans and consumes calories to generate [...]

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KewlFit Athlete turns pro

October 31, 2013 Kate Courtney a member of the Junior Development Whole Athlete Cycling Team has signed with the professional Specialized Factory Team. Kate has had a very successful 2013 racing season. She started the year with a Pan American Junior Women’s Title, then earned her second World Cup win at Mont Sainte Anne and finished her [...]

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World Champion Cyclist talks about his KewlFit Vest

World Champion Para-cyclist Colin Lynch discuss his use of the KewlFit Performance Cooling Vest and how it has helped him increase endurance, comfort and overall workout performance.  Colin wears the cooling vest as a pre-cooling and post-cooling tool on race days as well as a during exercise cooling on training days.  

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World Champion Paralympic Cyclist trains with KewlFit

Paralympic Irish Cyclist and UCI World Cycling Tour Champion, Colin Lynch wear's his KewlFit 58°F Performance Cooling Vest during warm-ups at the 2013 World Championships. Colin would go on to win the Bronze Medal after pre-cooling with his KewlFit Cooling Vest.  Read the research on why Colin wears the KewlFit 58°F Performance Cooling Vest during his training sessions at http://www.kewlfit.com .    He [...]

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KewlFit 58°F Cooling Vest changing the way athletes workout

The KewlFit targeted temperature 58°F/14°C Cooling Vest by TechNiche International is changing the way athletes workout. Athletes from a wide range of sports are reporting increases in endurance, performance and workout intensity.Athletes from a wide range of sports are turning to the KewlFit 58°F/14°C Performance Cooling Vest to help them throughout their training. Conditioning athletes [...]

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Dr. Sims reviews KewlFit Cooling Vest

Dr. Stacy Sims, an innovative Exercise Physiologist-Nutrition Scientist of Thermoregulation, Hydration, and Performance Nutrition from Stanford University shares her expert opinion on our KewlFit Performance Cooling Vest. 

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