This Fitness Fanatic Broke The World Record By Pulling 1.4 Tonne Car In 19 Hours

This Fitness Fanatic Broke The World Record By Pulling 1.4 Tonne Car In 19 Hours
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30-year-old Ross Edgley, fitness fanatic from Cheshire has just done the impossible. The fitness fanatic performed the mother of all stunts in which he pulled a 1.4 Tonne Car through a distance of 26.2 miles for 19 hours straight. The most amazing thing he did all of this for charity! He performed the stunt to raise as much money as possible for Teenage Cancer Trust and Sports Aid. How did he end up accomplishing such an incredible feat? 6,000 calories a day and 14 hours of workout.

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If you thought marathons are a tough nut to crack, wait till you hear this!

If you thought marathons are a tough nut to crack, wait till you hear this!

Ross Edgley completed world's strongest marathon by pulling 1.4 tonne car through a distance of 26.2 miles.

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He was able to achieve his aim-of raising money for his charity.

His preparation, however, began 8 months ago.

His preparation, however, began 8 months ago.
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He spent 8 months training in the UK, France and Spain.

He spent 8 months training in the UK, France and Spain.
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He is an athlete, swimmer and a water polo player too.

He has 500,000 followers on Instagram who follow his dieting tips.

He has 500,000 followers on Instagram who follow his dieting tips.
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His training included tyre pulls and even pulling a tractor!

His training included tyre pulls and even pulling a tractor!
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4pm: "After the rain and wind earlier came this amazing sunset"

4pm:
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The support team put 'Ain't No Mountain High Enough" on the speakers.

'This was hard, but now all achievable"

 'This was hard, but now all achievable"
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It was not an easy target to achieve.

"Human body is infinitely more powerful"

"Human body is infinitely more powerful"
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'I hope this marathon serves to illustrate the human body is infinitely more powerful than modern science often gives it credit for,' he said.

The support team held an umbrella to save him from the rain.

The support team held an umbrella to save him from the rain.
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He even gave updates on Instagram.

He even gave updates on Instagram.
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At 7.36 pm, he finally crossed the finish line.

At 7.36 pm, he finally crossed the finish line.
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'I was an emotional wreck when I finished - but more tired than anything else. Everything hurt - not just my legs". Hats off to you Ross!