Clapping finger push-ups are hard, but not for India’s Guinness World Record-holder

Clapping finger push-ups are hard, but not for india’s guinness world record-holder

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Clapping finger push-ups are hard, but not for India’s Guinness World Record-holder” – below is their description.

A 19-year-old from Gurdaspur, Punjab in India broke the Guinness World Record for performing the most fingertip push-ups with claps. Kuwar Amritbir Singh did 45 fingertip push-ups with claps in one minute on February 8, 2022. The Indian fitness enthusiast has never gone to a membership gym, training himself with home-made workout equipment using bricks, cement and tyres.

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