The World Record Of Longest Time To Hold Sirsasana On a Cross-Shaped Iron Pole Is Achieved By Shailendra Singh Shakrawar On 24 February 2023 In Seoni, Madhya Pradesh, India. He Held Himself In Sirsasana On A Cross-Shaped Iron Pole At The Height Of 12 Feet For 54 Minutes And Has Set A Record For The Worldwide Book Of Records.
About world record holder Shailendra Singh Shakrawar
There's more to life than being comfortable.
When you're not feeling your best and you're not sure what to do, try something new. Just because it's unfamiliar doesn't mean it's bad. The world record for the longest time to hold Sirsasana on a cross-shaped iron pole is held by Shailendra Singh Shakrawar from India, who managed to hold himself in Sirsasana for 54 minutes and 52 seconds on February 24th, 2023. This is the examples of how far the human mind can stretch when pushed to its limits.
The human mind is strong and resilient, capable of achieving feats that seem impossible at first glance. One day we may see someone break this record again (or maybe we won't). But what matters most is how you feel after doing something different than what everyone else does—how much more you have learned about yourself by challenging yourself to achieve something new or try something new than if you had stayed put at where you.