Dutch YouTuber breaks Guinness World Records for most pull-ups from a helicopter in one minute

Dutch YouTuber breaks Guinness World Records for most pull-ups from a helicopter in one minute

The record for most pull-ups from a helicopter in one minute now belongs to Stan Bruininck as he managed to do 25 pull-ups at the Hoevenen Airfield in Antwerp, Belgium

Dutch youtuber Stan Bruininck broke the Guinness World Records for most pull-ups from a helicopter in one minute

If you are a fitness enthusiast, then you must be proud of the number of pull-ups you can do. However, have you ever imagined a scenario where you have to do pull-ups while dangling from a helicopter?

During the record-breaking attempt, Arjen Albers went first and he achieved 24 pull-ups surpassing the previous record by one pull-up. Stan bettered that number and saw through the challenge with a record-breaking 25 pull-ups.

A video posted on Stan Browney’s Instagram page, stanbrowney, shows him attempting the record. He also uploaded photos with his partner and the Guinness World Records adjudicator posing with their world record certificates.

“Imagine telling that we did this to our grandchildren haha,” commented Arjen Albers. “Now that is epic,” wrote an Instagram user. “That’s truly insane man!” commented another.

To prepare for the record attempt, the two athletes used a suspended slippery PVC tube hanging from ropes to simulate the movements of a helicopter.

It also took them 15 days to find a helicopter to rent, according to the GWR website.