Tobin A. jumped into a paddling pool from a swing 2.55 meters away while wearing a watermelon helmet.
Eddie Biggs unwound and spun a swing for five minutes, 6.25 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.
Alyjha Williams sat a Stormtrooper toy on a swing made of a metal
cord and wound it up. Upon release, the swing unwound in 3.10 seconds.
Lexa B. dunked a basketball into a Little Tikes basketball hoop from 218 inches (18.16 feet) away while swinging on a swing.
Tyler Sysmahit 18 apples with a metal baseball bat in 30 seconds.
Jenna said the word “guacamole” 203 times while sitting on a swing.
Kristin and seven of her friends all sat on a playground swing at the same time.
Patrik performed 35 kettlebell swings on a floating paddleboard in one minute.
Allie and Elle performed leg splits on two swings for 12.00 seconds.
Allie balanced on her left foot on a swing for three minutes, 39.00 seconds while raising her right leg.
William C. swung a 22.5-pound dumbbell 20 times in one minute.
Patrik performed 160 kettlebell swings on a floating paddleboard in four minutes, 30.00 seconds.
Led by Mark Lammas, members of Athletic Performance Training facility in Bromsgrove, UK performed kettlebell swing exercises for three hours and 40 minutes.
The team swung over one million times collectively or 1,028,434 pounds during the entire attempt. They set the record to raise funds to help wheelchair athlete Lauren Rowles.
Andreas W. performed 101 50-pound Russian kettlebell swings.
Patrik performed 93 kettlebell swings on a floating paddleboard.
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