Thursday, November 25, 2010

*Accepting Donations for GWR Attempt

As previously posted, Wim and I (collectively) will be attempting to break 3 world records this December. Being that I am a college student, I don't have the flexibility of a millionaire.

In no way do I expect anyone to donate, but if you would like to, feel free to either contact me, or send donations with a message to:


Wim's Flight
The box to perform the full body immersion in
The ice
...and a few other things that aren't on the top of my head right now.

Once again, I'm not asking you to, but if you would like to donate... we would humbly accept it.

Thank you for your consideration,

Justin Rosales

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Barefootrockrunner ;-)

Talking about barefoot running...

I met this Indian guy that offered to guide me up to Mount Arunachala in Tiruvannamalai India to visit some meditation caves used by yogis.

Sunday, August 8, 2010

Overcoming heat and cold, pleasure and pain

I was just reading the Bhagavad Gita, my very favorite book, and one of the verses reminded me of Wim Hof, The Iceman. This was actually the real reason why I wanted to meet Wim. The verse says:

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela

Hi guys. I gotta share a nice experience with you, actually Wim asked me to write about it so I said why not. It has nothing to do with the Iceman Challenge, or.... maybe it does? It is just a different kind of challenge although not as extreme as the iceman challenge :-).

Wednesday, July 28, 2010


1 hr 44 min 22 seconds.

A new world record for standing in ice has been set.

Great things to come...

Wim, Justin and Konrad are going to climb Mount Blanc next week. The adventure in it is that we will only be climbing in shorts and sandals.


Here are pictures from the most recent Ice Endurance record.

These photos were taken by and provided by Margareth van Slijpe.


ps. An application for the International Barefoot Ice Run will be out soon!

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Iceman in the Sahara PROMO

The process will continue from Sept 1 to the end of October

Sunday, July 4, 2010

BBC1 / National Geographic

Iceland was an example of hard but beautiful nature, broadcast beginning next year when we are in the middle of the Run in Karpacz

Just as news, No love no hatred anything can come
Clarity, as a spark of daylight in a cave

Just beautiful pictures of Iceland !

Then Nat Geo

The professor, doctor, neurologists statements were remarkable and will be released oncethe show airs in the beginning of next year. As well as the photos we took.

The immune system control is because of controlling the Hypothalamus
(thermostat) is something new and researched once again

Just that, and even more astonishing is the way they expressed their amazement from a scientific standpoint.