Breathing exercises to reduce Covid damage – extreme athlete Wim Hof | SophieCo. Visionaries

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In the previous program, we talked to a unique athlete whose extraordinary endurance to cold brought about his nickname ‘The Iceman’. We continue talking to extreme athlete Wim Hof.

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