Novel Breath & Cold Therapy

The Wim Hof method can be transformative for friends who like to try novel  routines. 

Hof's breath-work and cold water techniques are claimed to strengthen the immune, hormonal and cardiovascular systems. Today Wim works with researchers to prove his routines are clinically effective.

Wim Hof, known as "The Iceman," is a Dutch athlete and multiple Guinness World Record holder. He's renowned for his ability to withstand extreme cold and other endurance achievements. Such as his hanging by one finger at an altitude of 2,000 meters. He has climbed most of Mt. Everest wearing nothing but shorts and essential shoes. Wim has been able to stay immersed in ice for 1 hour, 13 minutes and 48 seconds. 

Currently, he holds over twenty world records for endurance.

Nonetheless, Wim believes that EVERYONE, in order to enhance their health and athletic performance, can do the same exceptional things. That's why he developed the Wim Hof Method, a combination of breathing exercises and cold therapy. 

Introduction to Wim Hof with Tim Bilyeu

For starters here is a guided breathing exercise for beginners below

If you prefer Wim Hof to explain this in person: 

Check out his INTERACTIVE guided breathing in this FREE mobile app: 

Go deeper into the Wim Hof Method practice with his online video courses: