Fastest Time To Blow Up An Exercise Ball Two Feet In Diameter

Canada Darryl Learie

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Edmonton, Alberta, Canada / March 8, 2011

Darryl Learie blew up a two-foot (60-cm diameter) inflatable exercise ball[] in 55.06 seconds using a straw.

- may not use a pump for the attempt

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  • Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    Although trying to make records as accessible as possible to people, most people don't have access to accurate psi measurement tools (I know I don't) but in this case I think it's required as various balls are various sizes - at least poles 2 foot (60cm) apart and having both sides touch might be at least a closer step towards validating but when beating by mere seconds it will be harder to judge.

  • Canada Darryl Learie

    Darryl Learie

    Okay, I'll think of something, upon my upcoming payday near the end of the month, I will purchase a psi meter for measuring pressure. :D

  • United States Rob Birdsong

    Rob Birdsong

    Peter brings up an excellent point Darryl. Do you want to re-submit a video and we can adjust the criteria ?

  • Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    I think this is a good record but in terms of beating it... it's tricky to determine what is considered "blown up" to capacity. It almost needs to have the pressure measured so instead of blowing to two feet, blowing to 40psi (or whatever it would end up being at that size)

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