This is an incredible feat at any age. But George Hood (George Hood), which set a new world record for men, after keeping the bar more than 8 hours – 62. He says that he is now in the best shape of my life.
February 15, hood was able to hold plank for 8 hours, 15 minutes and 15 seconds, his feat recorded by the organizers of the Guinness Book of records.
The women’s record currently belongs to Dan Glowacki from Canada, which last year managed to stay in the bar for 4 hours, 19 minutes and 55 seconds.
Hood, a former special agent for the supervision of management of drug enforcement, a veteran of the marine corps. Hood of NAPERVILLE, Illinois, trained every day for 7 hours over 18 months. “It’s 4-5 hours in the bar. Then I do 700 push UPS, 2000 sit-UPS presses in sets of one hundred, and 500 sit-UPS separately. For the upper body and arms I do about 300 of flexion of the hands with dumbbells,” says hood.