The Superhuman Technique Used To Break 26 World Records Is Heading To Malta
Get ready to master the Wim Hof Method
There's more than one good reason for Wim Hof being called 'The Iceman'.
The Dutch extreme athlete has developed the incredible ability to endure the coldest environments and has been able to overcome some of the harshest terrain known to mankind. Currently holding 26 world records - including the longest ice bath in the world - the 59-year-old has done ridiculous things using his method.
He's scaled Mount Kilimanjaro in just two days wearing nothing but shorts and shoes, run a half marathon in the Namib Desert with no water, and reached 22,000ft on Mount Everest - once again, in nothing but shorts and shoes.
He's been able to do all of this using breathing techniques that he developed from Tibetan Tummo meditation rituals. The Wim Hof method can help you control your breathing and unlock the inner potential that your body holds, letting you increase your heart rate and adrenaline levels practically at will.
Now you can learn the technique for yourself
One of Wim Hof's foremost students will be coming to Malta to teach these incredible techniques to the Maltese crowd. Kiki Bosch will be hosting a two day workshop covering the theory and practical instruction of the method on the 25th of May.
As a certified WHM instructor, she will be teaching you the the three pillars of Wim Hof Method: Breathing Technique, Cold Exposure and Commitment.
You will find out how you can utilise oxygen and adapt to cold exposure to optimise your body and mind, and learn about the underlying physiology of the method.
The weekend could be very useful to anyone interested in learning about their body and how to control it more. With food, spa and an ice bath included in the price of the weekend, this is perfect if you are looking improve your mental or physical performance.