Most people couldn’t even lift a car off the ground, let alone flip it over – so Jean Caron’s record for the Most times to roll a car in 5 minutes by an individual is simply extraordinary.

The attempt is featured on the latest episode of As Seen on TV: China – a new video series from Guinness World Records which showcases a selection of the most awe-inspiring, hilarious and sometimes shocking record attempts featured on Chinese television shows over recent years.

The Canadian World’s Strongest Man competitor went head-to-head with Serbia’s Ervin Katona, who achieved a final total of 11 flips in 3 min 23 sec.

However, Jean managed to complete an exhausting 13 car rolls, finishing his final flip with five seconds to spare.

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Challengers for this title can use any car, but it must weigh at least 500 kg (1,102 lb 4 oz).

To assist with gripping the vehicle, short metal handles may be welded to the undersides of the vehicles.

Jean is also a powerlifter and has won Canada’s Strongest Man seven times since 2011.

The previous record for the most times to roll a car in five minutes is 10 and was achieved by Franz Muellner (Austria) on the set of ‘Rekorlar Dunyasi' in Istanbul, Turkey, on 17 July 2013.

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