The Way of The Iceman

Looks great.


Looks great.

The Way of The Iceman is a detailed account of 'The Wim Hof Method' - Wim Hof's approach to breath control, pain tolerance, athletic recovery and a whole lot more. Suffice to say that I'm really looking forward to this one.

Full review shortly; in the meantime you can check out the book's Foreword over on the sales page.
The Way of The Iceman.



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