By performing 25 pull-ups while suspended from a helicopter, a YouTuber breaks the Guinness World Record.

Stan Browney and Arjen Albers set a new record on July 6, 2022 at Hoevenen Airfield in Antwerp, Belgium . Mr Browney is an expert in callisthenics, a genre of gymnastic movements that aim to improve ones physical fitness and mobility .

According to a newspaper statement, a Dutch fitness enthusiast broke the Guinness World Record for the most pull-ups performed in a minute while dangling from a helicopter.Stan Browney, a YouTube channel owner, and fellow athlete Arjen Albers set a new record on July 6, 2022 at Hoevenen Airfield in Antwerp, Belgium.Both athletes had prepared for weeks before attempting to break the soaring mark.Mr Browney is an expert in callisthenics, a genre of gymnastic movements that aim to improve one's physical fitness and mobility.

The boys from @Browney compete to see who can do the most pull-ups from a helicopter in a minute.Who will walk away with the world record?The duo's diary also documented their preparation and effort to lead their viewers through the craziest world record ever, which was set by Roman Sahradyan of Armenia on the big day.Mr Albers set the record for 24 pull-ups, breaking the previous record by one pull-up, said.Stan and Arjen each tested the limits of their abilities and the endurance of their arduous training, according to Mr Browney, who came in second.