30 easy to break world records


Climbing Everest, devouring very hot peppers, breaking a sports record… All of this requires nerves of steel and a certain abnegation. Not everyone gets into the Guinness Book of Records. According to the Guinness World Records website, this document officially lists all possible and imaginable exploits. Systematically measured by a trained professional, and verified by abundant evidence.

Some are more difficult than others to achieve… Like that of the fastest ascent of Mount Everest followed by the two largest mountains, in one year and 364 days by Viridiana Alvarez Chávez, with an oxygen supplement.

It is possible to achieve or beat records, you just have to choose the right ones. The slideshow below presents, according to data collected by Buzzfeed, Grunge and Paris Secret, world records much easier to achieve at self… They are quite achievable, although necessarily with a little practice.

Others are a little special, ephemeral. This is the case of Arnaud Klein and his performance. He would have watched the film Kaamelott in the cinema 204 times, when it was released at the cinema, from July 20 to September 20, 2021, reports Le Progrès.

This earned him entry into the Guinness Book of Records. Once again, various proofs were needed to validate his performance: punched tickets, videos of him watching the film, statements from witnesses in the room. He thus dethroned an American who had watched the movie Avengers: Endgame 191 times.