Even if you have a frozen lake close by, you probably aren’t tempted to do much running on it, even with your shoes on. Imagine, then, running on a frozen lake without shoes. This runner gave it a try. – running barefoot on the ice not just for a few hundred meters, but for two hours. the man ran barefoot. While most people who wake up in the morning with a sore throat, like this runner did, would poor themselves a hot tea and hide underneath a warm blanket, he chose to practice some “Wim Hof breathing techniques” and go for a barefoot run as a remedy. He documented his run and explains in the video below how the cold can make us stronger.
“The sun is setting a little. I don’t know for how long I have been jogging around. It’s going to be interesting to see that later. At the beginning the upper body felt pretty cold, but it’s totally regulated now. It feels like I have a jacket or something, that is warm enough.”