Former US Marine George Hood just got a fantastic record for that longest time in plank position (male) set up with an incredible time of 8 hours 15 minutes and 15 seconds.
George Hood defines that Age single-handedly with his recent Guinness Book performance the records in Chicago, Illinois.
Most fitness athletes have difficulty holding plank for more than 5-10 minutes, however at the age of 62, George showed that it is possible to push the envelope to exceed any age with perseverance and a strong will.
To get right for this record to train, Georg completed 674,000 sit-ups, 270,000 pushups.
In total, he completed around 2,100 hours of plank to focus on this latest attempt prepare.
After the judge of Guinness World Records, Philip Robertson, had confirmed that he had actually broken the record, Georg closed the Event with 75 pushups.