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The 62-year-old exmarine who has broken the Guiness Record held 8 hours on an abdominal plate

2020-02-21T14:27:52.340Z

His name is George Hood, he is 62 years old and has just broken the Guiness Record in the category of 'Longest Male Abdominal Plankal' while holding 8 hours, 15 minutes and 15 seconds in position



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His name is George Hood, he is 62 years old and has just broken the Guiness Record in the category of 'Longest Male Abdominal Plankal' when enduring 8 hours, 15 minutes and 15 seconds in iron position , surpassing the mark obtained by Mao Weidong (8 hours and 1 minute).

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Executing a technically perfect iron, Hood achieved his record with the legendary 'Sweet Caroline' by Neil Diamond as a soundtrack and with his eyes on his mobile phone. During those eight long hours that the exmarine maintained his brutal abdominal isometric contraction , he hydrated with water and isotonic preparations that he ingested with a straw before the attentive gaze of his family and friends.

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To better understand the scope of the 'feat' starring Hood should remember that the abdominal plate is one of the most effective exercises that can be performed to tone the 'core'.

Apparently simple, the technique with which it is executed is decisive when it comes to obtaining all the benefits that it can entail and avoiding injuries.

According to the doctors of the Harvard University School of Medicine (Boston) in their report 'Core Exercises', "with the plates - popular name with which this technique is known - it is possible to work in a more balanced way all the abdomen and back - even the buttocks - with just one exercise instead of isolating it to tone it as it does with 'crunchs', which is much more interesting - and practical - for our real life. "

It is a series of exercises (there are different variations) executed in horizontal stabilization - mouth down, we raise the body holding on the palm of the hands, elbows and feet with the abdomen fully activated to maintain alignment. In this posture, the muscles contract in static for a period of time that should not be less than 10 seconds . For ordinary mortals, that minute that seems like an ideal is a heroic ... The eight hours, 15 minutes and 15 seconds that George Hood threw himself, a real madness.

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    Source: elmuldo

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