(ORDO NEWS) — Daniel Scali, 28, has set a new world record. He managed to stand in the bar for 9 hours 30 minutes and 1 second. At the same time, the guy suffers from Zudeck’s Syndrome, which is a complex regional pain syndrome. The record was set on August 6 and literally a couple of weeks later it was added to the Guinness Book of Records.
This is reported by Insider.
Daniel said that he first began to stand in the bar at the end of autumn last year. For the first few days, he couldn’t take more than two minutes. After some time, the guy realized that in this position he could hold out for 15 minutes, and at the beginning of this year he decided that he would be able to break the world record. The previous record holder stood in the bar for 8 hours and 15 minutes.
Scali, who lives in Adelaide, Australia, started training at the end of January. Every day he worked 7 hours at his regular job, and the rest of the time he devoted to grueling training. Scali woke up at 5 am, did fitness and jogging. He spent his lunch break at the gym, and after work got up to the bar and stood in it until 22:30. Thanks to numerous support, Daniel was able to easily repeat the set record after 4 months.
The first time the guy tried to stand as long as possible in the bar on June 18, but the result lasting 9 hours and 9 minutes was not accepted due to the fact that the correct technique was not followed. This failure did not affect Scali’s decision and soon he made a second attempt, which turned out to be successful.
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