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Hot Firefighter From Belarus Breaks Guinness World Record For Push-Ups (Photos, Video)

Meet Yevgeny Los, the fireman and rescuer from Bobruisk, who has smashed the world record for push-ups on uneven bars. By doing so he got into the Guinness World Records Book for the second time.

The first time he got into the Guinness Book by doing 67 push-ups on uneven bars with an additional weight of 18 kg, 200 grams in one minute.

 

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However, Yevgeny was not going to stop at it and has set a new record for push-ups on uneven bars with an additional weight of 27 kg 200 grams.

To remain in conformity with the strict rules, the process was filmed by three cameras and monitored by two professional judges with sports education.

 

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The athlete pushed up 53 times, exceeding the previous Guinness World Record 40 times.

“At practice, I did 45-50 pushups and knew that I will do 50 on camera. I did the last one when the judged blew the whistle and I was afraid that it wouldn’t be counted. But it did.”

*Maksim Trukhonovets, another Guinness record holder from Belarus, took part in the shooting. This April both won the prestigious Vortex Sport Battle tournament in Russia.

Despite the fact that the record was broken last winter, the official response from the Guinness World Records came only this week.

 

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Now the ambitious firefighter plans to take up a new challenge – push-ups on the bars with an extra weight of 45 kg.

“This record currently belongs to my Ukrainian friend who lives in the United States. I tried to beat it and I could push up as much as he does. Most likely, I can break the record but still thinking about it,” Yevgeny said in an interview to TUT.BY.

 

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*Maksim Trukhonovets is one of the most famous athletes of the workout movement. Last year he broke another world record for the most consecutive muscle-ups, taking it to 26 times.

It took Maksim four and a half years of rigorous training to beat the previous record of Australian Jared Rubenstein.

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