Book Review: What Doesn’t Kill Us by Scott Carney

“Nature gave us the ability to heal ourselves. Conscious breathing and environmental conditioning are two tools that everyone can use to control their immune system, better their moods, and increase their energy. I believe that anyone can tap into these unconscious processes and eventually control their automatic nervous system. It’s a grand claim and some people rightly read my conviction and enthusiasm with incredulity. Skepticism is good and allows the truth to come out. But I wasn’t quite sure I was ready for Scott Carney, because he was the most skeptical of all. He came to Poland to prove to the world that I was a fake.” ~ Wim Hof, Foreward to What Doesn’t Kill Us by Scott Carney

By Catherine Austin Fitts

Scott Carney is a reporter with a knack for making life uncomfortable for charlatans. Armed with a magazine assignment, Carney attended a one-week Wim Hof course to sleuth out the truth about Wim Hof and his methods. He was so impressed that he spent the next four years researching Wim Hof and related methods and the related science. This included the ultimate cold therapy experience—climbing Mount Kilimanjaro with Wim Hof wearing shorts and running shoes.

The result is What Doesn’t Kill Us: How Freezing Water, Extreme Altitude, and Environmental Conditioning Will Renew Our Lost Evolutionary Strength. For those who want to learn more about the biology and chemistry behind the Wim Hof Method and what it is like to personally experience the transformation that it can bring, you will enjoy this book.

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