27 episodes

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.

How to Be Superhuman Red Bull

    • Sports
    • 4.8 • 141 Ratings

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.

    The woman who trains superhumans: Veronika Mayerhofer, Series 2 Episode 12

    The woman who trains superhumans: Veronika Mayerhofer, Series 2 Episode 12

    Cross-country skier Veronika Mayerhofer is a Mental Performance Specialist at the Red Bull Athlete Performance Centre in Austria. In this episode, she analyses the responses from this season’s superhuman guests.

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    • 32 min
    The man who raced over 90km in a wheelchair: Aron Anderson, Series 2 Episode 11

    The man who raced over 90km in a wheelchair: Aron Anderson, Series 2 Episode 11

    When endurance athlete Aron Anderson won 2017’s Wings for Life World Run, he raced an incredible 90km. The Swede talks Rob through his amazing sporting CV: he’s competed in four Paralympic Games in three different sports, swum from Sweden to Finland, climbed Kilimanjaro and skied to the South Pole.

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    • 31 min
    The man who ran 268 miles in record time, twice: John Kelly, Series 2 Episode 10

    The man who ran 268 miles in record time, twice: John Kelly, Series 2 Episode 10

    In 2020, American ultra-runner John Kelly ran England's 268-mile Pennine Way in record time, breaking a 30-year-old record in the process. A week later, he lost it. He tells Rob what it took to win it back…

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    • 32 min
    The woman who overcame death and landslides to reach the top of the world: Saray Khumalo, Series 2 Episode 9

    The woman who overcame death and landslides to reach the top of the world: Saray Khumalo, Series 2 Episode 9

    Mountaineer and explorer Saray Khumalo became the first Black African woman to summit Everest - but it was far from a simple trip. Three previous attempts had been thwarted by lethal landslides, earthquakes, bad weather and, sadly, numerous deaths. However, this didn't stop Saray's drive and determination to push towards her dream.

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    • 32 min
    The woman who free-climbed El Capitan in 24 hours: Emily Harrington, Series 2 Episode 8

    The woman who free-climbed El Capitan in 24 hours: Emily Harrington, Series 2 Episode 8

    In 2019, Emily Harrington fell 150ft while free-climbing Yosemite National Park’s famous El Capitan. In 2020, she returned and became the first person to free-climb the Golden Gate route in 24 hours.

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    • 32 min
    The teacher who rowed the Atlantic at just 21: Jasmine Harrison, Series 2 Episode 7

    The teacher who rowed the Atlantic at just 21: Jasmine Harrison, Series 2 Episode 7

    In early 2021, 21-year-old teacher Jasmine Harrison set a world record by rowing 3,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean in just 70 days. She talks to Rob about her achievement.

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    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
141 Ratings

141 Ratings

poppyoxymoron ,

Incredibly inspiring

Really motivating and inspiring

Dave from Cornwall ,

Inspirational

Really enjoy this every week. I binged on the first season as it had already been completed, now wish I could do the same for season 2 as a week is too long. Thank you Mr Pope

Matt05749 ,

Wish we’d hear more of the guest rather than the presenter telling the guest’s story

Presenter needs to let the guest actually tell the story themselves

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