Rangers stars Jermain Defoe, Steven Davis, George Edmundson and Borna Barisic have been pictured taking advantage of the club's new cryotherapy chamber.
The Ibrox side had the chambers installed at their Hummel Training Centre with the assistance of CryoAction.
And the club's head of performance Jordan Milsom insists it will be a huge help to Steven Gerrard and his players as they recover from a hectic schedule with games every three or four days.
And the pictures show just how cold it can be with Croatian full back Barisic clearly shivering inside the chamber.
The technology can see temperatures reach as low as -160 degrees and they're used to relieve the pain and effects of injury, the over exertion of muscles, tendons and ligaments during training and games.
Rangers have suffered from a series of muscle problems in recent weeks with Defoe, Alfredo Morelos, Ryan Jack and Greg Stewart all picking up calf problems since their return from the winter break.
And Milson is hoping they can be a big help as he said: "We are delighted to announce this official supplier partnership with CryoAction. As a club, we felt CryoAction was the leading company in the industry and a perfect partner to enhance the recovery and performance services provided to our players.
“This squad has to deal with a game every three-four days, and the physical and mental strain associated with this is high.
It is our job to help the players return to their physical and mental baseline as quickly as possible – in preparation for the next game – and CryoAction helps facilitate this process.
"Since its installation, over the past six months, we have seen subjective and objective benefits of this modality and it has become firmly ingrained in the players daily routine.”
CryoAction co-founder David Morris added: “Performing at the highest level, week in week out, requires a supreme level of training, however recovery is often overlooked.
"Adding the best quality recovery treatments to its already fantastic training schedule will set the club apart, and allow its players to perform more intensely and for longer periods of time.
“We are proud to be partnering with a club steeped in so much history and success, and providing its players with the very latest cryotherapy technology. This is our first installation in a Scottish football club, so it will be exciting to see the players and club outperform its competition on the pitch, this season and beyond.”