Make Human Wild Again ?.
By trying to go back to the roots of Wildinism, this section goes beyond the framework of outdoor sport and aims to shed modest light on a few themes likely to awaken our primitive instinct of "great apes", who (them) live in perfect harmony with our common Nature. for 65 million years.
"It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, it is the one who knows best how to adapt to change"
Besides an physiological diet, isn't the ability to adapt to its natural environment NOT THE universal VACCINE to live free and in full health?
You will find below some simple principles (non-exhaustive list) aimed at reconnecting with our own Nature but also practicing gradually pushing our own limits
Camp 1 - Limit dairy products, animal proteins, sugar, gluten, processed foods ...
Camp 2 - Make a maximum of meals 100% fresh and organic fruit, if possible in season
Camp 3 - Complete with meals based on raw vegetables, sprouted seeds, oilseeds (soaked)
Summit - Eat almost exclusively alive (raw) while respecting food associations as much as possible
Camp 1 - One-off fasting: when you are sick, special or voluntary occasions ...
Camp 2 - Intermittent fasting 16 / 8H so that the body regenerates itself in depth on a daily basis
Camp 3 - Wet fasting (drink only): 7-10 days max unless you are used to it
Summit - Dry fasting (without water): 3 days Max unless you are used to
Camp 1 - Rest and integration (positive visualization, clarity of information, walking at a moderate pace ...)
Camp 2 - Brain-muscle connection sessions (animal walking, activation, imbalance and muscle tension ...)
Camp 3 - Strengthening session (work on weak points, posture, strength ...)
Summit - HIIT High Intensity Interval Training (nervous system ignition, production and use of lactate ...)
Camp 1 - Exposure to ambient cold (outside air) -> better tolerate cold temperatures on a daily basis
Camp 2 - Cold showers (more in the morning) -> Create a noradrenaline peak and promote clear thinking
Camp 3 - Cold bath (favor intensity & short duration) -> Train your nervous system to manage a stressful situation
Summit - Snow bath, (under) ice ... -> Ditto but maximum adaptive capacity after x months / years
Camp 1 - Going out in hot weather
Camp 2 - Sauna
Camp 3 - Hammam
Summit - Effort in high heat (by dressing if necessary)
Camp 1 - Conscious breathing type 5s inspiration / 5s expiration (cardiac coherence)
Camp 2 - Square breathing - 6s inspiration / 6s apnea / 6s expiration / 6s apnea -> The duration can be 2, 3, 4, 5, 6s or more…
Camp 3 - Breathing Wim HOFF - 30 deep breaths, full lung apnea followed by a (shorter) full lung apnea = 1 set
Camp 1 - Walking / running with minimalist shoes -> no drop, orthopedic insoles and minimal cushioning
Camp 2 - Walking / Running in minimalist sandals -> ditto but the foot in the air
Camp 3 - Walk barefoot -> watch out for glass, splinters, tar / hot concrete ...
Summit - Running / Climbing barefoot -> impact ++, requires a long adaptation