Fitness instructor eyeing world record

FITNESS instructor K. Jey Prabakaran is planning a world record attempt in fitness after setting Malaysian and Asian records recently, Malaysia Nanban reported.

The 27-year-old who is a native of Kuala Lipis, Pahang, set a Malaysian record with a non-stop 12-hour workout routine last year.

He then bested his record with a 13-hour feat, etching his name in the Asian Book of Records in the process.

Both achievements were completed at his gym in Kuala Lipis town.

Jey is already preparing for his next goal: attempting a world record for the longest non-stop workout session in September this year.

He credited his mother S. Suguna and siblings as his strongest supporters who made his accomplishments possible.

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