Most Consecutive Jumps Over One's Own Leg

United States


Roscoe, Illinois, United States / March 23, 2011

Josh Graber displays tremendous leaping fortitude by jumping over his own leg an unprecedented 19 consecutive times. Graber never let go of his non-jumping foot while setting the record.

- must hold onto non-jumping foot for duration of attempt
- must jump back and forth over leg
- no assistance or outside support permitted
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence


Tags: mostphysicaljumpstaminaathletic

  • United States Alyjha Williams

  • United States Josh Graber

    Heh... That was always my least favorite part of any P.E. class. I'm pretty much the least flexible person I know. I'll give it a shot, I suppose... just as soon as I get my hands on a camera.

  • Canada Darryl Learie

    A good tip Josh - stretch, stretch, stretch - it will help achieve your goal of 25 (you'll see) :)

  • United States Josh Graber

    Will do! I will stop at nothing short of 25...

  • United States tmcginniss

    He better push it further! Go Josh!

  • Australia Peter Craig

    I can do it! My PB is 2. Dismal I know. I thought I could do much better but you win on this one. Good effort, would like to see you push even that little bit further...

  • United States Josh Graber

    Thanks Darryl! I was quite surprised I was able to do these still as the last time I'd tried before this was... probably 4-5 years ago. But once you start, it's a lot of fun.

  • Canada Darryl Learie

    Congratulations Josh ! It's actually called,"Thread the Needle" in hip-hop. I used to do it back in my 'dancing' days, but lost so much flexibility since - great job man !

  • I love the barrel roll at the end

  • you must have been really bored.

  • CGI!

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