New world record for pushing a car (VIDEO)

New world record for pushing a car.

Finnish IT specialist sets a new world record for pushing a car. 47-year-old Yuci Kalioniemi managed to cover 1 mile (1,609 m) in 13 minutes and 26 seconds, pushing a Saab 9-7x with a weight of 2.1 tons in front of him, according to Knig.

The previous top achievement in the discipline lasted for 11 years. The record belonged to Croatia's Mario Mlinaric, who covered 1 mile by pushing a 1,900-kilogram car in 15 minutes and 21 seconds.

Kallionemi believes that his success is due to a complex puzzle of many factors. The Finnish healthy man claims that it was not the brute force that helped him to set the record, but the regular trainings, which he was taught to play.

Yuci notes that there are only two ways to achieve the required speed - to increase physical strength or to reduce resistance. The solution to the second problem was the Nokia Hakkapeliti R3 SUV tires with low rolling resistance, which significantly facilitated the task.

During the whole experience, the specialists monitored the tension in the muscles of the new recorder with the help of a "smart" Myontess Oy suit with special sensors. The data from them show that Kallionemi tensed his muscles to no more than 40% of their full capacity, and his pulse in the moments of peak load was increased.

The maximum speed that Yuci and the "caab" reached is 10.4 km / h. It is noteworthy that until recently Kallionemi had serious back problems. The computer scientist set himself the goal of improving the record while undergoing rehabilitation last year.

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