Joe Delaney – Superhuman – Humble Athletic Hero

November 30, 2015 12:43 PM

Meet Joe Delaney – Superhuman – Humble Athletic Hero

I first learned about Joe Delaney from my new friend Randy Brew of Revolution Pictures who produced the ESPN 30 for 30 Short film about Joe which I encourage you to watch here. Joe represents the best of what every world-class human and athlete should embody.

In short, was an American football running back who played two seasons in the National Football League (NFL).[2][3] In his two seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs, Delaney set four franchise records that would stand for more than twenty years.

He was a two-time All-American athlete for the Northwestern State Demons football team, as well as a track and fieldstar. Delaney played two seasons with the Chiefs and was chosen as the AFC Rookie of the Year in 1981 by United Press International.[3]

Delaney died on June 29, 1983 while attempting to rescue three children from drowning in a pond in Monroe in northeastern Louisiana. He was posthumously awarded the Presidential Citizen’s Medal from U.S. President Ronald W. Reagan. While not officially retired, his jersey number while playing for the Chiefs, #37, has not been worn since his death.[3]

Wim Hof – Superhuman – Breathing

November 20, 2015 12:30 PM

Meet Wim Hoff – Superhuman – Chill and Breath

My new favorite super-human is Wim Hof. I’ve been practicing Wim’s methods for a while now and can attest to the life changing effectiveness. In short, Wim holds 20 world records, including a world record for longest ice bath.[2] He broke his previous world record by staying immersed in ice for 1 hour, 13 minutes and 48 seconds at Guinness World Records 2008. The night before, he performed the feat on the Today Show.

Wim describes his ability to withstand extreme cold temperatures as being able to “turn his own thermostat up” by using his mind.

In February 2009 Hof reached the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in his shorts within two days.[3]

In 2007 he climbed to 6.7 km(21,982 ft) altitude at Mount Everest wearing nothing but shorts and shoes, but failed to reach the summit due to a recurring foot injury.[4][5]

In 2009 Hof completed a full marathon (42.195 kilometres (26.219 mi)), above the arctic circle in Finland, in temperatures close to −20 °C (−4 °F). Dressed in nothing but shorts, Hof finished in 5 hours and 25 minutes. The challenge was filmed by Firecrackerfilms, who make productions for BBCChannel 4 and National Geographic.[6]

Hof again broke the ice endurance record in 2010 by standing fully immersed in ice for 1 hour and 44 minutes in Tokyo, Japan.[7]

In 2011 Hof broke the ice endurance record twice, in Inzell in February and in New York in November. The Guinness World Record is now set for 1 hour and 52 minutes and 42 seconds by Hof.[8]

In September 2011, Hof also ran a full marathon in the Namib Desert without water. The run was performed under the supervision of Dr. Thijs Eijsvogels.[9]

Here’s a short video about Wim Hof and a link to his online course. Chill-out and breath…

Diane Warren – Superwoman Creativity

August 20, 2013 9:01 AM

Meet Diane Warren – The Superwoman -The Words Behind The Words Biggest Superstars

To say Diane Warren is a prolific songwriter would be an understatement. 

Diane’s global success’s, across nearly every genre of music combined with her longevity makes her one of my greatest influences as a creative writer.

Want to be inspired, just look at her alphabetical list of hits here or visit her website via the link above and look at her list of Billboard Chart toppers – stunning.

Jyothi Raj – Superhuman – Real Life Spiderman

8:53 AM

Meet Jyothi Raj  – Superhuman – A Real Life Spiderman

Jyothi Raj is an Indian rock climber and wall climber from Chitradurga with superhuman skills. Known as “Kothi Raju” or “Monkey King”, Raj is famous for defying what people thought was possible in term of climbing strength, ability and technique.

Magnus Carlsen – Super Human Ability – World Champion Chess Prodigy

8:43 AM

Meet Magnus Carlson – Super Human Ability – The youngest Chess Champion in the World

“That’s the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen.” That’s what 60 Minutes correspondent Bob Simon said after witnessing chess prodigy Magnus Carlsen play 10 opponents simultaneously with his back turned and all 10 boards out of sight! What do you think, chess fans? Do the superhuman feats of 21-year-old Norwegian chess prodigy Magnus Carlsen rival those of chess giants like Bobby Fischer?

Renee Napier – Epic Tragedy – Supernatural Forgiveness

March 27, 2013 4:03 PM