Most Stairs Climbed While Juggling

United States


Springfield, Illinois, United States / February 18, 2012

Pete Moyer climbed 530 steps of the Hilton Hotel while juggling three balls during an event hosted by the American Lung Association. The money raised will be used for lung health research.

- steps must be ascending
- must juggle for entire duration of attempt
- no drops permitted


Tags: mostjugglingmoneystairhealthfund raisinglung healthAmerican Lung AssociationHilton Hotel

  • United States Georg Nilsson

    Wow! Thanks for sharing this with us. I didn’t know that such events were taking place here. It seems to me that this is just a wonderful opportunity to both show ourselves and helps our medicine move forward in the study of such important issues as lung health. Especially in the context of a global pandemic, I think this is one of the most important and burning issues. Plus, this is a great opportunity to show your skills and at the same time help people who need it. I think this is a great idea and next time I would really take part in such an event.

  • United States Zavylon Zavylon

    Hi, everybody. I will tell the story: a friend gave me the medicine check this out recommended when I told him in a conversation from my heart that problems had arisen. Now I know no problems at all and my wife is also satisfied by the way and says that Sex has become more passionate-I'm just self-confident now.

  • United States samson 45

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  • United States Brian Pankey

    I appreciate your hard work

  • United States PeteM

    Nah, I trained going up and down two stair ways with a variety of juggling patterns and weighted balls. While that was a great cardio and leg work out, I really underestimated how much of a respiratory test this race would be! I'd love to be able to practice by constantly going up other tall buildings.

  • United States Emily Patricia

    Hey Pete this is really cool. Did you do it without juggling first?

  • United States PeteM

    This is by far the most physically enduring record I've ever set. I trained for this but it hardly helped. It's extremely hard to breath. If you want a good example, have someone strangle you while you walk your dog! I'm training for another one sometime next year but right now I'm experiencing knee problems in my right leg. Here's to hoping for a speedy recovery! :)

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