Some people are naturally disciplined to do what they’ve committed to. Others need a bit of extra help to get started and keep going.
It's been quiet on the science front, but researchers are hard at work behind the scenes. Here is an update on where things stand.
SotR #14: Dina & Matthias talk to neuroscientist Britta Hölzel about how WHM breathing sessions appear conducive to meditation, mindfulness & stress reduction, and the neural mechanisms at play.
SotR #13: Dina and Matthias have ‘toxicology rock star’ Edward Calabrese break down the concept that is key to understanding why assaulting your body with cold is a good thing.
When the prescribed medicine makes you want to pull out the hair you don’t have.
Wayne State University’s study reveals fascinating new insight into the potential of the human body.
SotR #12: Professor Marc Cohen shares fascinating insight into some homeostasis-testing phenomena, and breaks down the various physiological stages of WHM breathing.
Bineke takes us back to the beginning of her journey to Instructorship.
Bo van Alst proffers that when it comes to making profound, lasting changes, we may be looking in all the wrong places.
A knowledge-packed pod with Matthijs Kox— one half of the immunology expert duo that headed the seminal study on Wim Hof.
Asher discovered the synergistic power of the WHM, as it helped manage both physical symptoms and the psychological stress that comes with trauma.
SotR #11: A sneak preview of Wayne State's unpublished study & its fascinating findings.
Michael McTate speaks on his stifled stress levels & the subsequent ripple effects.
SotR #10: Kiki Bosch on ice-freediving, body awareness, sexual abuse, and becoming a WHM instructor.
Airways are cleared in this last of a 4-part interview series, showcasing the versatility of the Wim Hof Method.
Vital organs are revitalized in this third of the 4-part series on how the WHM attenuates various afflictions.