Whether you want to smash blocks with the world’s most powerful couple, hula hoop with a professional or meet the creator of the fastest shed, you now can with Airbnb.
The travel website is now offering experiences hosted by Guinness World Records title holders.
It will be the first time that those who have been inspired by the record breakers can gain insider access to the people behind the talent.
If offers unprecedented access to a selection of Guinness World Records title holders and an introduction into their passion, art or skill allowing people to power their curiosity through activities and workshops.
Here are a few of them.
Lisa and Chris Pitman
Bromley: Most pine boards broken in one minute with one hand (male and female).
After securing their most recent Guinness World Records titles with over 500 blocks smashed in one minute between them (Lisa 230, Chris 315), husband and wife duo the Pitmans are now welcoming people into their power-breaking world.
They will be showing guests how to smash tiles, boards, blocks and bricks with their bare hands during their Airbnb Experience.
Belfast: Balloon making with the world’s fastest
The former Britain’s Got Talent contestant has also appeared on CBBC’s Blue Peter and Officially Amazing, as well as Ninja Warrior UK as well as Gogglebox and Good Morning Britain.
Ryan says: “You will learn how to become a Guinness World Record holder in balloon modelling as I teach you how to make balloon sculptures and entertain all audiences.
“I will teach you the basics of balloon modelling and the secrets to entertaining that confirmed my place as one of the worlds leading entertainers.
“I will also demonstrate my abilities, demonstrating how I achieved my famous Guinness World Record.”
Gloucestershire: Fastest garden shed
Kevin, the creator of the Fastest garden shed (80.67mph) has zoomed into the Guinness World Records 2020 edition and is offering unprecedented access for guests to witness the shed reach speeds of over 80 miles per hour first hand.
With the incredible ability to spin a 17ft, 0.25in titanium hula hoop that earnt her the Guinness World Records title for the Largest hula hoop spun (female), Getti is now sharing her tips and tricks with others through her Airbnb Experience. As well as hula hooping with a pro, guests will also get the chance to see and have photos with the 17ft hula hoop.
Birmingham: Football skills masterclass with a professional
The Guinness World Records title holder for the most consecutive rugby ball touches with the feet and most football neck catch passes in one minute.
You’ll can have a one hour football freestyle workshop with Ben.
He says: “These sessions are all about skill and control.
“We’ll start on the more basic tricks to get going, then towards the end of the session will learn some harder and more advanced tricks.
“And will finish with some fun skill games and competitions.”
Portland: Farthest arrow shot using feet.
Brittany, the Guinness World Records title holder for the Farthest arrow shot using feet (12.31m), will be hosting an exclusive Experience where guests can witness her incredible feat, before dipping their toes into circus acrobatics.
London: Most magic tricks performed in a single skydive.
With the Guinness World Records title for the Most magic tricks performed in a single skydive (11), celebrity stories and television appearances under his belt, magician Martin has a lot to share during his two hour Airbnb Experience.
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