By performing 25 pull-ups, while suspended, from a helicopter, YouTuber breaks, the Guinness World Record
By performing 25 pull-ups while suspended from a helicopter, a YouTuber breaks the Guinness World Record

According to a GWR press release, a Dutch fitness fanatic broke the record for the most pull-ups finished in a minute while suspended from a helicopter. On July 6, 2022, Stan Browney, a YouTuber who runs a channel with Arjen Albers, another athlete, beat the previous record at the Hoevenen Airfield in Antwerp, Belgium. Before attempting to shatter the absurd record, both athletes had spent weeks practising.
Mr. Browney is a specialist in callisthenics, a group of gymnastic exercises designed to increase one’s physical fitness and grace of movement. He performed remarkably well on the big day and broke the record with a staggering 25 pull-ups, according to GWR.

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On its YouTube page, Guinness World Records posted a video of this record-breaking accomplishment and stated, “The fellas from @Browney compete to see who can complete the most pull-ups in a minute while hanging out of a helicopter. Who will win the record for the world?”

The pair also shared videos of their planning and preparation as they guided viewers through the “craziest world record ever.”

The goal was to surpass Roman Sahradyan of Armenia’s previous record of 23 pull-ups on the big day.

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Mr. Albers went first, breaking the previous record by one pull-up with 24 pull-ups, according to GWR. Mr. Browney, who finished second, took first place with a record-breaking performance of 25 pull-ups.

The two sportsmen searched for a helicopter to use as practise for the world record for 15 days, according to GWR.

Stan and Arjen challenged the limits of their talents and the effectiveness of their gruelling training in the longest minute of their lives, according to GWR.