Wim Hof is an extraordinary man. He holds a slew of world records and has done things like climb within spitting distance of the summit of Mount Everest in shorts, run marathons above the arctic circle in shorts and in the Kalahari desert without water, sit in ice water for 90 minutes, swim under icebergs…. You get the picture. But what’s most interesting is the work he’s doing to show how disease and discomfort can be addressed through intention and breath work.
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