Teen Taekwondo Champion Breaks 111 Concrete Blocks In 35 Seconds With His “Head”

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Kerim Ahmetspahic, a 16 year old teen taekwondo black belt from Bosnia, broke 111 concrete slabs in 35 seconds on Sunday to set a new Guinness World Record. He did it the hard way, somersaulted over individual stacks of slabs, breaking and then pressing down with his skull until they were all broken.

This young man astonished everyone by succeeding in winning the world record for breaking blocks of concrete with his head! In fact, in only 35 seconds he broke 120 of them (20 blocks of 6), by using his head while doing somersaults. Absolutely.Incredible!

Ahmetspahic was able to accomplish the record by front-flipping over each stack and then used his head to smash the blocks.An announcer can be heard sounding off the number of columns broken as a crowd cheers Ahmetspahic on.When he completes the challenge the room erupts into a roar of celebration.

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ESPN reports the record-breaking act took place inside a gym in Visoko, with a Guinness Book of World Records delegation in attendance.According to Sports Illustrated the previous record was set by Olive Gimsehl in 2016.

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