Ice man phenomenon or hard work: Interesting facts about this man

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Wim Hof was born on April 20, 1959, in the Dutch region of Limburg, and he was the most commonplace boy.

His family had nine children, and none of them stood out from the others in terms of unique abilities.

Wim Hof first became aware of his potential at the age of 17, when he was walking along the Backstridge Park canal and could not resist the urge to jump into the chilly water that was covered in a thin layer of ice.

This later proved to be his extraordinary talent. Since then, Wim Hof has continued to break records and astound the world.

He has currently already broken 26 world records.

Wim Hof continues to be a riddle that researchers cannot explain. Wim Hof’s ability to remain numb to the cold astounds everyone.

The body and organism of Wim do not respond in any way to cold temperatures. Wim submerged for 61 seconds and covered 57.5 meters under the ice on a frozen lake in Finland in 2000.

In 2006, Wim Hof scaled Mont Blanc in France with only wearing shorts.

The following winter, Wim ran 21 kilometers across the snow while just wearing shorts and with the temperature only 35 degrees below zero.

He achieved a new record by spending 120 minutes inside an ice cube.

Scientists struggle to explain how the emu accomplished what they believe to be a reality.

Hof, on the other hand, is convinced that only through training and the use of a unique breathing method was he able to attain such a result.

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