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This Guy Tried All the Hardest TikTok Fitness Challenges

Men's Health logo Men's Health 1/23/2021 Philip Ellis
a woman standing next to a traffic light: Fitness YouTuber Stan Browney attempted all of the toughest fitness challenges on TikTok in a single day and challenged his followers to do the same. © Browney - YouTube Fitness YouTuber Stan Browney attempted all of the toughest fitness challenges on TikTok in a single day and challenged his followers to do the same.

YouTuber Stan Browney is no stranger to doing weird stuff in the name of making fitness content for the internet, so it was probably only a matter of time before he made this latest video. In his newest post, Browney attempts to master some of the most difficult and elaborate feats of fitness on TikTok, with the help of fellow vlogger Arjen Albers, and then challenges his followers to do the same.

First, he takes on the hardest pullup challenge on the ol' clock app, which involves doing 2 muscleups, 2 overhead claps, 1 left wide grip and 1 right wide grip, 1 close grip, and 1 wide. Simple, right?

"I think we can do that!" Says Browney. And, true to form, both he and Albers nail this first challenge, probably due in some small part to the pullup practice involved in so many of these kinds of YouTube videos.

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The next one ups the complexity, and requires two people to hang from a bar: the first person must take off their hoodie and give it to the person next to them, who then has to put it on, without either of them falling. Think of it as a kind of flipped handstand challenge. Browney and Albers complete this one too, but admit it was much harder.

Other challenges in the video include a single-finger pushup (which requires immense control and is about as painful as it sounds), long-jumping over an increasingly long row of plastic cups, performing a front lever on a front lever, and a variation on the "magic pushup" while holding three bricks together in the air.

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