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Wim Hof
The Wim Hof Podcast
Welcome to The Wim Hof Podcast, hosted by Wim Hof and his son Enahm and recorded in the greenhouse of The Wim Hof centre, in the Netherlands. Each episode is an exploration into life, breaking the ice and going into the depths, where no one has gone before! To be happy, healthy and strong is the key. Speaking with guests from the world of popular culture, art, health, psychology, fitness, and more, they will help us to understand the importance of life and how we can be more content and at peace.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 642 ratings
Anna Pola
I saw the BBC program and was so inspired I started taking a cold shower. I have auto immune diseases and lots of other health issues. Now listening to the podcasts is keeping me invigorated. It’s been about three months of cold showers. I have mobility issues but have been in the sea once and...Read full review »
Anna Pola via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/10/22
More please!
As per the title - more please Wim! Loved the series.
Mrs_Goose84 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/27/22
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lemon 34 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/20/22
Recent Episodes
On today's episode Oscar and BAFTA winning filmmaker, naturalist, author and ocean explorer Craig Foster joins Wim. His film “My Octopus Teacher” has led to making the Great African Seaforest a global icon. Craig believes that the greatest threat we face is the cooling of the human heart towards...
Published 10/18/21
On this episode Wim's dear friend Mike Posner joins him for a recording in his greenhouse. Mike is a grammy- nominated musician who is not only known for his music but also for his extraordinary performance; walking 25,000 miles across America and climbing Mount Everest. He tells Wim all about...
Published 10/04/21
Published 10/04/21
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