Stéphane Janssoone, Wim Hof instructor

by Apr 6, 2019Media / Press

Running a trail - April 06, 2019

« Stéphane Janssoone is a Wim Hof instructor. Behind every Wim Hof instructor is a human being with visually amazing abilities. In fact, they are superheroes.. And I like superheroes. Especially when they tell me that I can also become one. And so does my neighbor, for that matter. And you.
Becoming a superhero means running longer. But it also means running healthier. Living better. Having a purpose, a mission. Or not. Or just living peacefully, with a smile on your face.
So this is Stéphane Janssoone!

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