Clint P. lifted a 210-pound weight using a neck harness.
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Suresh G. balanced a soccer ball on the back of his neck for 28 minutes, 58.20 seconds.
Dan M. held a toilet paper roll between his neck and chin for one hour, 22 minutes, 23.39 seconds.
George Morse threw four beads around his friend’s neck from a balcony in
JW Erie wore different neck ties every day for 365 days. See his entire collection here.
Clint P. lifted a 110-pound anvil 12 times using his neck.
Suresh Gaur balanced a basketball on the back of his neck for one minute, 22.17 seconds while sitting on an exercise ball on top of a balance board.
Carter P. wore 110 Mardi Gras bead necklaces at once.
Clint P. lifted a 170-pound weight six times using his neck.
Clint P. lifted a person weighing 171 pounds using an Ironmind neck harness. He set the record at Freedom Worship Baptist Church in Blanchester, Ohio.
Clint P. lifted a 150-pound weight seven times using his neck.
Sevda I. spun a mini hula hoop around her neck for 36.31 seconds.
Mike Gillette broke three steel-tipped arrows simultaneously using his neck.
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Pushing the limits of both blood circulation and neck strength, Opus
Moreschi tied a whopping 97 neckties around his neck at once, a new
universal record. The ties, which featured everything from cartoon
characters to corporate logos, weighed a combined total of 7.4 pounds.
Moreschi’s daring feat was performed on February 11, 2009 at a World
Record Appreciation Society event at Pianos, a New York City bar.
His face turned slightly purple as he set the record, forcing witnesses
Corey Henderson and Kate Sullivan to periodically check his pulse.
Photo by Nick McGlynn
“Metal” Pat Callan banged his head non-stop for 35 minutes and 53 seconds, a RecordSetter.com World Record.
Callan set the record at Warehouse Metalfest in LaCrosse, Wisconsin
on January 27, 2007. Kiersten Gray was present to witness and time the
Brian Pankey completed 13 consecutive neck catches from a three ball
cascade pattern in 30 seconds.
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