Aug 19 2014

A Salecca World Record Attempt

On 3rd September 2014 at our own Salecca Studio, 23 year old fitness coach James Saward-Anderson will making a 2nd attempt at the 1 hour double-arm kettlebell world record, all after a cruel twist of fate meant his first attempt could not be verified by Guinness. Undeterred, he pick himself up, got…

On 3rd September 2014 at our own Salecca Studio, 23 year old fitness coach James Saward-Anderson will making a 2nd attempt at the 1 hour double-arm kettlebell world record, all after a cruel twist of fate meant his first attempt could not be verified by Guinness.

Undeterred, he pick himself up, got himself a new team in place and started training with us. The world record he’ll be attempting is measured in total weight, and currently stands at 12,000kg. In the knowledge that he has already beaten the record, he’s decided to up his target from beating the record to managing a massive 16,000kg!

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This isn’t James’ first physical challenge. He also took on the famous Via Francigena pilgrimage from Canterbury to Rome, aiming to run the 1,300 miles in 60 days. He managed it in just 58 days, a rate of roughly 22.5 miles a day consecutively for almost 2 months, which is a huge achievement. You can read more here.

James will also be using his world record attempt to raise money for the Anjool Malde Memorial Trust. For more information about the charity click here.

 

 

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