Knowing that drinking ice water does two things:
-Burns energy in the act itself
-Speeds the rate at which calories burn by up to 40% at a peak
When on a cut, is there a reason not to drink full glasses of ice water back to back all day?
source on the info provided: http://press.endocrine.org/doi/full/10.1210/jc.2003-030780
/fit/ scientists are literally retarded pleb tier who would have you think that walking and running a mile burn the same amount of calories
that study was published in a decent journal (IF 6.2), so i'm inclined to believe their findings.
40% extra calories when the number of calories burned in the first place is like 10, doesn't really make a difference. the statistic 40% in itself may be significant, but 40% of nothing is still nothing. you're basically talking about "negative calories" and sounds just as stupid as a fat man telling me he cant eat as many carrots as he wants because theyre "negative calories"
When I get a 1,5l water bottle in front of me I will usually not stop drinking until its finished.
Then I piss it out and redo the last step a couple times over the day.