Krishan Kumar held a head-to-knee forward bend pose for 20 minutes, 15.00 seconds.
Tai Star held his right knee with both hands for 13.41 seconds while standing on one foot on a slackline with a bird perched on his shoulder.
Suresh G. knelt for one minute, 3.01 seconds while holding both of his heels.
Doug McManaman balanced a 2.84-liter can of ketchup on a rotating pole
on his chin while kneeling for 14.51 seconds.
Brian Pankey balanced a baseball bat on two fingers while spinning a
toothbrush for 3 minutes and 19.10 seconds.
Brian Pankey balanced a baseball hat on his nose for 45.81 seconds while
palm spinning three Fushigi balls and kneeling.
Tai Star balanced a cellphone on his knee for five minutes, 1.00 second while on a slackline.
Brian Pankey balanced a keyboard
on the tip of his thumb for one minute, 25.68 seconds while spinning a
toothbrush in his other hand while kneeling.
Brian Pankey balanced a 15-pound sledgehammer with a raw egg on top on
two fingers while kneeling for one minute, 36.77 seconds.
Brian Pankey balanced a sword on the flat edge of a knife held in his
mouth while kneeling for 13.75 seconds.
NOTE: This record can be dangerous. Please use proper safety
Doug McManaman balanced an egg on the top of a pool cue for six minutes,
56.10 seconds while kneeling.
Doug McManaman balanced five eggs on a tower off of his chin while
kneeling for one minute, 30.20 seconds.
Brian Pankey balanced five street hockeypucks upright on a street
hockey stick while kneeling for one minute, 10.84 seconds.
Brian Pankey balanced two 20-ounce soda bottles on 54" brooms in each
hand simultaneously for 22.77 seconds while kneeling.
Doug McManaman balanced two wine glases on his head and two on his knees
while lying down for 42.71 seconds.
Justin Lister bounced a baseball on his left knee for 20.89 seconds.
Stride’s setting 100 records in 100 days. At the end of 100 days, we’ll
verify if you are the standing Record Holder. If you are, you’ll get
$500 for each record you managed to hold with your guile, talent, and
General caution and common sense required. We show the Stride Team at
work, but recommend that these challenges be done at home.
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