Bob Natoli broke his first Guinness World Records title on Feb. 4, 2006.
Nearly a decade later, the Oswego, N.Y., resident continues full speed ahead.
This time, Natoli - who held a career eight records in the world of fitness before his latest round of attempts - was joined by his son Bobby and son-in-law David Bourdon to unleash a single-day six-pack of record-breaking in Upstate New York.
The 58-year-old Natoli led the way with three records broken himself:
- The most step-ups in one minute carrying an 80-lb pack is now 41.
- The most step-ups in one minute carrying a 100-lb pack is now 38.
- The most weight lifted by dumbbell rows in one minute (using one arm) is an aggregate 1,975.85 kg (4,356 lb).
Natoli's son Bobby broke two records of his own, surpassing marks established by Internet fitness superstar Mike Chang. Bobby Natoli performed the most knuckle push-ups in one minute with 58 and the most pull-ups in one minute wearing a 40-lb pack with 23.
Joining the action on the pull-up bar, Bourdon achieved the overall record for most pull-ups in one minute with 42. All six records took place at the Pacific Health Club in Liverpool, N.Y.
The trio had a cause in mind when approaching the records, beyond the requisite personal accomplishment of breaking the previous marks. The group used the attempts to raise money for a local family that had recently been devastated by a tragic car accident.
When a drugged driver hit the car of the area's Patterson family head-on in November, mother Meagen Patterson died, while 14-year-old son Justin Root, husband Lance, and the couple's two daughters, Olivia, 10, and Sophia, 2, were seriously injured.
Natoli was able to present the Patterson family with a $5,000 check, while also using the attempt as a platform to raise awareness for the public to donate to the family as well.
The elder Natoli can now claim 11 career Guinness World Records titles, ranging from those above to the most weight lifted by armbell curls in one hour. For his son Bobby, it makes three career records. For Bourdon, it was his first.
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