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This woman held a board for over four hours to break a world record



Fitness and yoga enthusiast Dana Glowacka held a stomach board in hand for just 4 hours and 20 minutes. Her hours-long hold at the International Plank Marathon in Naperville, IL, unofficially broke the Guinness World Record for "Longest Female Abdominal Plank."

Watch the video of Glowacka in action on Instagram:

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My Body Experience at the End of 4 Hours, 20 Minutes A New World Record for a "Longest Female Abdominal Wall" #World Record #World RecordEvent #Naperville #Hotelarista #World RecordPlank # StrongBodyStrong Core #Unbreakproof #Nuclear Focus tobe #todo # tosee #bodymindconnection #believeinyourself #trainyourmindandbody #georgehood #plankgirl #doyoga #ashtangayogalove #loveyoga #yogamontreal #poweryogacanada #canadayoga #yogaquebec #yoga 2019 at 21:32 PDT

The native Canadian from Montreal learned of the previous record record when her son saw him in the 2016 edition of Guiness World Records . Since then, she has made it her mission to break the record of Maria Kalimera, who spent 2015 3 hours and 31 minutes on the plank.

She has even documented her trip on her website and on Instagram. [194559006]

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4 more days left! In preparation for the official world record attempt for the "longest female board" on May 18, 2019, @napervilleillinois @hotelarista will start at 10am. "The Endline … Find yours, get there, do it." innerfire #plankgirl #doyoga #loveyoga #bestrong #behealthy #behappy

A post shared by Dana Glowacka (@dbg_plankdoyoga) on May 14, 2019 at 9:25 pm PDT

To date, Guinness has not officially recognized the feat as a new world record. Your website still has the previous winner. In the meantime, we believe that men must increasingly try to lead the current record holder, "Longest Male Abdominal Plank," Mao Weidong, who held the 2016 position for 8 hours and 1 minute.

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