Superhuman Games 2018

Superhuman Games 2018

We get competitors from all walks of life competing at Superhuman Games, from general fitness fanatics and military personnel to PT's, sports coaches and much more!

 

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Kirsten Presly

Kirsten Presly

HOMETOWN - London
BACKGROUND - OCR Runner with a background in gymnastics
OCCUPATION - Fitness Manager
EVENT - Superhuman Games - Fitness Battle

"The intense training I did as a gymnast gave me the understanding and the determination that involved the use of physical strength, flexibility, balance, control, agility and coordination in order to perform a variety of exercises.  From this I have pushed my limits in obstacle racing" 

Richard Peirce

Richard Peirce

HOMETOWN - Shakespeares Town
BACKGROUND - OCR Racing, Hockey and Swimming
OCCUPATION - Maker of functional and pretty things in the digital world
EVENT - Superhuman Games - Fitness Battle

"I found obstacle course racing and functional fitness events a few years ago ago haven't looked back since"

Z Holland

Z Holland

HOMETOWN - Plymouth
BACKGROUND - Powerlifting and Military service
OCCUPATION - Royal Navy
EVENT - Superhuman Games - Weightlifting Category

"I’m 32 years old, I live in Plymouth with my daughter who is 14 and I have served in the Royal Navy for 16 years.

I have competed in Tri-Service Powerlifting (BDFPA) Zeus Strongest Woman, Royal Navy powerlifting

I love taking part in the weightlifting category at SHG .. the atmosphere is brilliant!" 

Satu Berrisford

Satu Berrisford

HOMETOWN - Crawley
BACKGROUND - Cross-country skiing, athletics, swimming, cycling, tennis and Krav Maga
OCCUPATION - Full time badass
EVENT - Superhuman Games - Fitness Battle

"I love sports and pushing myself physically. I'm also quite competitive and have a huge adrenaline rush during these events. But I'm not afraid of losing because I just generally enjoy the challenge"

Michelle Double

Michelle Double

HOMETOWN - Camberley
BACKGROUND - Ultra marathon runner and Netball player
OCCUPATION - Personal Trainer
EVENT - Superhuman Games - Fitness Battle

Michelle Says: "Always give it your best and keep smiling"

Chris Heron

Chris Heron

HOMETOWN - London
BACKGROUND - Functional Fitness, Powerlifting, Body Building and Rowing
OCCUPATION - Fitness Studio Owner
EVENT - Superhuman Games - Fitness Battle

"There is always a friendly atmosphere at Superhuman Games.  As a seasoned competitor, my advice to new athletes would be to train as specifically as you can for the events - we generally train two of the challenges on each training session" 

Laura Prosser

Laura Prosser

HOMETOWN - Cardiff
BACKGROUND - Rugby, Crossfit
OCCUPATION - Crossfit Gym Owner
EVENT - Superhuman Games - Fitness Battle

"I believe in training everyday for a healthy body and healthy mind but CrossFit the sport is only for a small percentage of the population in my mind.

Never take training too seriously, if it becomes a burden then change it because life’s too short not to enjoy your workouts. Train with like minded people, get outdoors as much as you can and never neglect friends or family for fitness because memories made with close ones are much more precious."