by G. Richter – Nicole Wesner pushes her career to the limit! The boxer has a “cryosauna” in her living room that she uses to enjoy the winter all year round.
Spring? No, thanks! That is the motto of boxer Nicole Wesner! The Viennese has set up a “cryosauna” (cryomedpro.com) in her living room so that she can train even more efficiently. It’s truly unbelievable: Instead of enjoying the warmer temperatures in the spring, she surrounds herself with winter at home – at temperatures as low as minus 150 degrees!
A cold shock in the living room! The boxer Nicole Wesner sits in her cryosauna at home. She revealed to “Heute” the special secret to how the cryosauna functions.
Wesner explains: “The device works with nitrogen. I set the temperature and time, such as, for example, minus 150 degrees for three minutes.”
The nitrogen flows into the booth. For safety, there’s a sensor that checks that you’re standing up straight and everything’s fine.”
The “deep-freeze method” actually works: “It is good for the immune system and regeneration.” Wesner laughs, “it’s also a good for slowing down the aging process.”
As Wesner told “Heute,” “cooling is accomplished with nitrogen.” The device is made by “Cryomed.” “I first stand inside and then activate the program. The cold is good for the immune system and assists regeneration.” Then she smiles: “Cryotherapy also helps to slow down the aging process. Since I plan on boxing for many more years to come, this is an important anti-aging measure for me.”
A bikini outfit
As is so often the case, this trend started in the U.S. “Real cryo bars already exist where athletes can cool down after training together.” Wesner, on the other hand, regularly chills out at home – in a tight outfit. “I only wear a bikini and warm slippers. At first I was quite intimidated by the minus 150 degree temperature, but the cold is dry and it can be endured.”
Awesome! The boxer Nicole Wesner has placed second in the ranking of the most beautiful German female athletes. The Viennese honoree told “Heute” that “I am totally surprised. I had no idea that I was being considered in such a contest.”
A management position in the pharmaceutical industry originally led the 39-year-old to Vienna. Wesner eventually quit her job to take up a boxing career.
She has more than just good looks! Wesner speaks six languages and also has a versatile range of abilities outside of boxing.
In addition to practicing the right diet (“it can basically be characterized as raw food, high carb low fat, 80/10/10 or fruitarianism”), yoga also plays an important role. She appears for ORF in “Yoga Magazin.”
But she feels perhaps most comfortable in the ring. Her three World Championship titles speak for themselves.
Another fight in the offing
Thanks to the “cold power” that she receives, Wesner still has a lot of goals for the future: “Many people think that I will soon stop boxing. In fact, I’m just getting started.” Her next fight is already in the planning stage: “It should take place before the summer. I am really looking forward to it.”