Cold shower therapy is the best way to get over your fear of action in a real, visceral way.
About 3 years ago, we released our first app ever.
It was ugly, primitive and very basic.
But it also got us started for the first time, got us in the Apple store and developing apps.
Over the past couple years, we’ve moved on to bigger and better apps, building a Top 20 iTunes health & fitness app and an awesome mobility focused app.
But the old CST app sat in the App Store, never updated and partially broken.
And I hate leaving things unfinished…
So a couple months ago, I decided to go back and rebuild it from scratch.
It’s taken a little longer than I would have liked, but it’s finally here.
Cold Shower Therapy – The App: The best way to break out of your comfort zone.
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If you’re not familiar with Cold Shower Therapy (have you been living under a rock?), the idea is simple.
Take a cold shower every day for 30 days and get used to (really used to) being comfortable with the uncomfortable.
If you can’t do something uncomfortable and difficult for 5 minutes in the shower, how the hell are you going to do something uncomfortable or difficult in real life?
If you need to find out more about Cold Shower Therapy, I’ve got all of your resources for that right here.
Now on to the app.
Here’s what it looks like:
Choose Your Music
Track Your Progress
Keep A Streak Going
Set A Reminder
Where To Get CST The App
=> You can pick up Cold Shower Therapy The App in the App Store right here. If you like it – please leave a review (it helps us a ton!).
=> For those of you on Android, I’m working on it (I promise). It’s always easier to get the kinks out on iOS, so be patient with me and trust that we’re working on it.
=> If you’re wondering why we develop for iOS first, here’s my reasoning.
One of my primary goals at Impossible is to take away EVERY EXCUSE YOU HAVE for not pushing your limits and being your best self while telling a great story. Building tools that help you IMPLEMENT the things that most people only TALK about is 1 small way we do that.
Oh, and this app is another great case of starting small to build something big. Over the last 3 years, we started small, but have been getting better at building apps. Check out our whole list of them below (with more on the way soon):
But don’t just stand there. Take a cold shower and go do something impossible.