City of Miami Beach Attempts Guinness World Record!
(Miami Beach, FL) Mar 15, 2019 -
Join the City of Miami Beach on Saturday, March 23, 2019 at Muscle Beach as they attempt to break the Guinness World Record for “Largest Circuit Training Class.”
The current record is held by Guy Leech, from Melbourne Australia, when he held a Circuit Training Class for 2,061 people on July 31, 2013. To break this record, Miami Beach will need 2,062 people in attendance, and will need to meet the following qualifications:
- Held at a single venue
- Measured by the number of participants
- Only include full body strength training, comprised of various short exercises completed one after the other
- At least three different exercise sessions, each with at least one instructor
- Total class must equal 30 minutes (not including transition times)
To participate, please arrive at Muscle Beach no later than 9 a.m. where volunteers will wristband participants to keep accurate accounting records and direct them to the beach. The ‘Largest Circuit Training Class’ in the history of the world will take place on the sand with an Atlantic Ocean backdrop.
To verify this record attempt, the city also needs 40 Stewards who will verify that the event took place, and in the manner as described above. They do not need to physically participate. Should you wish to volunteer as a Steward, please contact Travis Richardson at TravisRichardson@miamibeachfl.gov
The city needs all the support they can get, so please help spread the word and consider participating for some serious bragging rights.
WHEN: Saturday, March 23 at 9 a.m.
WHERE: Muscle Beach on Ocean Drive between 8 and 9 streets