Running barefoot in the snow seems too tough to accomplish. However, this practice comes with some incredibly effective results that can inspire experienced runners to follow the same.
A Norwegian runner who went the extra mile is now pretty known in the runners’ community and presumably secured him a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. Jonas Felde Sevaldrud has informally smashed a Guinness World Record by covering 21.09K within 104 min, and 58 seconds barefoot in the snow.
Sevaldrud captured his record-breaking stint on camera and posted it on YouTube. “I tried to beat a Wim Hof Guinness world record! This is the hardest challenge I have ever done,” he wrote on the social media platform.