Fifty-four-year-old George Hood's goal was to raise funds for the rehabilitation of injured Marines. To alleviate the excruciating pain, Hood's crew put ice on his joints.
He spent nine months training four to six hours a day to condition his body for the record-breaking attempt.
Lite PT w/Coach Heather this morn after SUP Bootcamp and she gv me a gift that says it all! Thx Heather…means alot! pic.twitter.com/7IeHQE7mQk— George E. Hood (@trainer4663) 2 июня 2015
George Hood is known for setting a GWR of riding for 222 hours, 22 minutes and 22 seconds on a stationary bike (Static "Spin" Cycling Marathon) in November 2010.
In October 1986, Hood set a Guinness World Record for the "Rope Skipping Marathon" with 13 hours, 12 minutes and 11 seconds as his result.