Announcing the What Doesn’t Kill Us Trailer

 

For the last four years I’ve been investigating the limits of human endurance in harsh environments. After all, our ancestors crossed frozen mountain ranges and endless ocean miles without a whisper of modern technology. So why can’t you? This trailer is just a taste of the incredible journey that took me to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro without a shirt, meditating on the banks of snowy rivers in Poland and into the training gyms of top athletes, all to understand what makes us human.

 

​Available everywhere January 17, 2017. Pre-order Today
Here’s what early readers are saying:

 

“The further we get from the harsh environmental conditions that once threatened our existence, the more we need them. I see this every weekend at a Spartan Race somewhere in the world. Millions of otherwise sane people line up to suffer and push themselves to their physical limits, and it feels good. What Doesn’t Kill Us is a fascinating investigation into the innate urge that drives people like these, and reveals how some have managed to use environmental conditioning to accomplish truly extraordinary things.”

 — Joe DeSena, founder, Spartan Race

 

“As a Navy SEAL, you live by the mantra, ‘what doesn’t kill us only makes us stronger.’ We would hear this phrase and repeat it, but we never had any proof that it was factual. Yet through comprehensive study, Scott Carney has brilliantly documented how engaging in environmental conditioning, breathing, meditation, and other techniques can actually make us physically and mentally stronger. What Doesn’t Kill Us is a fascinating book that will captivate all who read it and that will be of immense value to those in the military, those who are active in sports, and those who seek an alternate means of developing greater mental and physical strength.”

— Don D. Mann, New York Times bestselling author of Inside SEAL Team SIX

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1 Comment

  1. Barbara   •  

    I just discovered you via a post about your latest book on Mercola.com. I’m so excited to read it and discover what the impact will be on a woman my age (49). I have often wondered about how soft we seem to be, why our digestion and bodies are so weak, why I get cold so easily. I need to learn this training program! I will also explore all your work. What adventures you’ve had.

    In admiration (and slight envy),
    Barbara

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