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It's something the club has been doing for ten years and while it might sound crazy, one man says it really wakes up your cells. It's something the club has been doing for ten years and while it might sound crazy, one man says it really wakes up your cells.

Some brave Tulsans celebrated New Years with a splash.  Members of the Polar Bear Club plunged into a pool to recharge their bodies.  It's something the club has been doing for ten years and while it might sound crazy, one man says it really wakes up your cells.  That wake-up call comes with a price.

"Man, it didn't hit me until I got out of the water and the wind and the water, it felt like needles, felt like needles," said OSU student Bryce Perry.

While this was Perry's first time, it's been a tradition in his family for years.

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