'10 Easiest Guinness world Records You Can Break But Don't Know' but it is easily to break you just need to train for it regularly.
There are hundreds of Guinness world record that are begging to be broken by anyone with a pulse.
5 ways you can easily earn a world record legitimate certificate all you need to do is to follow the rules,records your attempt and wait for it to be verified.
1.Most tennis balls held in one hand
Rules: Must be placed one at a time with the spare hand, and all must remain in place for a minimum of five seconds once the last ball has been put in position.
If you can palm a basketball this may be worth a shot. Tiny-handed folk: maybe try the Jell-O one?
2.Most circles around the leg with a basketball in 30 seconds
Rules: May use standard size soccer ball or basketball, and any drops of the ball during the attempt will disqualify you.
Time to put those idiotic gym class drills to good use.
3.Most leapfrog jumps in 30 seconds by a team of two
Rules: Participants must take turns being the frog, and each person must have both hands placed on the ground and the back, respectively, at the same time before a jump.
Friends don't let friends not break records.
4.Most Saltine Crackers eaten in one minute
Rules: Only one cracker may be eaten at a time, and after each, the participant must show their empty mouth before proceeding to the next. All must be swallowed at the expiration of one minute. No drinking allowed. Has been described as "tasting like a mummy's d*ck". FYI.
Break this and you will forever be the hero of middle school lunch tables the world over.
5.Most coins stacked into a tower in 30 seconds
Rules: Any coinage that carries a max thickness of 3mm may be used, though only one hand can be used, with the other held behind the back. At the end of the 30 second period, they must remain standing for five seconds.
Worth a shot the next time you go to cash in that massive coin jar.
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