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Longest Time To Hold A 10-Pound Weight Plate On One Finger

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Springfield, Illinois, United States / February 14, 2012

Brian Pankey held a 10-pound weight plate using only his index finger for one minute, 51.62 seconds.

- must keep finger stiff as possible
- may use any finger
- must use a 10-pound exercise weight plate
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence


Tags: longestsportsstrengthweight liftingholdingplate

  • United States World Records For Everyone!

    Brian, where did you get the bands? I have small rubber bands and held it for 20 seconds because it breaks easily. It seems like the band is strong.

  • The Internet Impact Fitness-and

    I feel I could do this for like a year...I am trying it when I get to the gym today

  • United States Brian Pankey

    I understand what Derrick was saying finger direction changes everything maybe there should be a separate record of Derrick's with his new criteria & also where the weight strap should be placed I placed at the tip of my finger but if I placed it closer to the center of my finger it would be to easy. I could easily go 5 minutes longer if the weight was at the center of my finger instead of the tip which puts more strain on your finger so the criteria should state the strap with the weight on it should be at the tip of your finger

  • The Internet Tanner Saylor

    Well hold on, there is no rule about the direction of the finger...

  • United States Derrick Clark

    He need to turn his finger around. That more doing reverse style. That way to easy the way he doing it.So, I feel this record isn't complete the way it suppose to be.

  • United States Derrick Clark

    Not my pinky finger I used but my index finger.Just clearing things up.It still a test of finger strength

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