MOHAMMAD ADIL BREAKS GUINNESS WORLD RECORD FOR MOST BURPEES UNDER 12 HOURS

MOHAMMAD ADIL BREAKS GUINNESS WORLD RECORD FOR MOST BURPEES UNDER 12 HOURS

3rd August, Nairobi, Kenya: Extreme fitness athlete and health coach Mohammad Adil Abdool aka Mr Shredded broke Guinness World Record for the Most Burpees under 12 hours (male) on Saturday 31st of July 2021 with 7415 burpees. Adil began his challenge at 6 am and completed it at 6 pm at the Nairobi Street Kitchen.
Adil broke the record by surpassing the previous record holder with 120 burpees. During the event, Adil received support from family, friends, his coach and onlookers at the venue. Adil pushed his body to the limit suffering from muscle pull and spasm but with the support of the guests, he pulled through and managed to break the record.
Adil notes,” Never doubt Mr Shredded! My mission has just begun. With stage 1 conquered, for the 1st time in my life, I’ve been able to display the strength of the human body and mind. When I woke up that morning, I decided pain would be my norm today. As the day went by, I had to dig deep and begin to enjoy that pain. My mind went into a trance with one voice guiding me, the one of Amit Soni.”
He continued, “I’d like to share my gratitude towards my parents, family, friends and the teams who made this incredible event possible. Over the next few years, I intend to push the limits of the human body and mind. In the process, I hope to inspire change in how we view mental and physical health.”
The event was supported by Nairobi Street Kitchen who provided a venue and drinks for him to do the challenge. Breathe Media organized and facilitated everything to ensure Adil was able to focus on the prize.
Sanjeev Jandu, Breathe Media Founder notes,” We are very proud of Adil as we’ve seen how hard he’s been working to conquer this dream. He shows hard work and a strong mindset sets you apart. It is a great unique achievement for Adil, as Breathe Media always believe in supporting local talent and showcasing your best and pushing yourself to the limit.”
The official attempt will be verified by the Guinness World Records team as per their guidelines if a representative is not available and he will receive his award within 10 days of submission. The event followed MoH guidelines which were stipulated on Friday 30th July by the Minister of Health, Mutahi K
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