Witness mind-boggling finger snaps world record attempt from Japanese TV show

University student Satoyuki Fujimura (Japan) took to the stage to challenge the record for Most finger snaps in one minute in front of official Guinness World Records judge Kaoru Ishikawa.

With a record of 278 clicks to beat, Satoyuki had to push his body to the limit in order to have a chance at achieving the title.

 Once 60 seconds were over, adjudicator Kaoru watched a recording of the attempt in slow motion alongside two professional sound engineers to ensure that only audible clicks made using the thumb and middle finger would be included in the final total.

Satoyuki Fujimura recevies a certificate from GWR judge Kaoru Ishikawa

Satoyuki Fujimura recevies a certificate from GWR judge Kaoru Ishikawa

Satoyuki – who was taught his unique skill by his mother as a teenager – successfully achieved a new record of 296 finger snaps in one minute.

(Source: guinnessworldrecords.com)

 
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