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How to Be Superhuman
Meet the people who have travelled to the very limits of human endurance and discover what it means to be superhuman. Learn from their unbelievable stories with host Rob Pope as he asks what lessons they picked up on their journeys around the globe and how they coped both mentally and physically. From cycling around the world in 78 days, to running barefoot across the UK and overcoming a broken neck to climb mountains and get back on the start line – like and subscribe to hear from 12 of the world’s most incredible athletes with a new episode every Monday.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 193 ratings
How to be super human
This is so inspiring and interesting to listen to. I have it on when I’m exercising and the time goes too quickly! Presented by Rob Pope who makes the show fun and exciting!
Julie Jackosn via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/16/21
Absolutely Empowering
I discovered this podcast early in the week and I’ve almost listened to every single one. The story’s of people’s strength, determination, desire to be the best, or just try doing something they thought might be impossible and succeeding is just so inspiring and motivating. I truly hope there’s...Read full review »
CanadianMTB via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 09/17/21
Absolutely great stories!
Thanks for your selection of guests! Really appreciated.
VicMac2011 via Apple Podcasts · Czech Republic · 07/15/21
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