I came across this story of a guy in Idaho who claims to have set some records (and to his credit he has more than a couple hundred Guinness World Records) switching weights from hand-to-hand in short periods of time.
He announced he wanted the 60 pound record. Impressive.
This means taking a 60 pound dumbbell and literally moving it from his left to right hand back and forth 100 times in less than 27.7 seconds (the previous record). On tape he claims to have done the feat in just over 17 seconds. Simple math demands a transfer of 5.7 times PER SECOND to achieve the result.
I, for one, am calling this claim bogus. This is not to say I could do what he did. I don't care to try. However, there is no way he did it 100 times in 17.53 seconds. I'll be anxious to see what Guinness decides.
What do you think?