Suresh G. spread his legs 180 times while holding a crow pose.
Alicia Weber performed 79 deep squats and 82 push-ups in two minutes.
David Begiashvili completed 1,430 sit-ups in 30 minutes. The exercises were performed while his hands held the back of his head. Read more about the feat here.
Ian B. performed a handstand with his feet crossed and stayed balanced in position for one minute, 27.95 seconds.
Woon X. kept her eyeballs vibrating for 21.42 seconds.
Peter Grigorov played 20.3 notes per second on his accordion, a new
world record. He played Flight of the Bumblebee in setting the
The record was set on November 25, 2007 in Billerica, Massachusetts.
Atanas Grigorov witnessed the performance.
Darryl Learie took 56.27 seconds to say "Aflac!"
Perry ‘The Joggler’ Romanowski joggled (juggling while running) 50 miles
in 8 hours, 23 minutes and 52 seconds, a new world record. More details
The feat was achieved on October 27, 2007 along the waterfront in
Chicago, Illinois. Romanowski juggled using Gballz. Witnesses on
hand to document the feat and cheer him on included John Kelly and Tom
Jason O’Brien executed 224 air humps in one minute.
Guillaume Bourgeois completed 854 push-ups on the back of his hands in one hour. He completed the attempt
while wearing a 40-pound pack on his back.
Jason O’Brien and Andrew Chiccini held a single tandem “Shh” for 34.55
Abraham Collins completes 255 fist pumps in 30 seconds, a new world
record. His feat beat the previous record by 15 pumps. Each vertical
hand thrust counts as a pump.
Collins set the record on April 14, 2009 in Trenton, New Jersey. Cody
Conrad was present to document and count the pumps.
Viktor O. performed 90 consecutive donkey kicks.
Guillaume B. performed 100 consecutive one-armed push-ups on his knuckles.
Alicia Weber performed 50 pull-ups in one minute followed by 46 chin-ups in one minute.
Alicia Weber completed a five variation 400-rep consecutive push-up challenge in 21 minutes, 53.29 seconds.
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