Mysuru Girl Sets New World Record In Yoga

Mysuru Teen Performs Toughest Of Yogasanas 15 Times Every Minute, Sets New World Record

Yogasanas are all the rage these days. A 13-year-old Mysuru girl has made it to the Golden Book Of Records, setting a world record by performing the toughest yogasana 15 times in a minute.

The feat was achieved by Khushi, daughter of RBI officer Hemachandra.

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Khushi stunned the representatives of Golden Book Of Records who were present during her performance of the Niraalamba Poorna Chakrasana at a community hall in Mysuru’s RBI Nagar.

“I want to be a yoga teacher and want to do more records. At the same time, I want to be IAS officer in future,” Khushi told Vijay Karnataka, Times Of India reported.

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“Khushi had some breathing issues but when she joined yoga classes, the breathing issues were resolved. And now she is a world-record holder,” Hemachandra said.

According to him, Khushi performed this asana 15 times on stage while she was only able to do it 13 times during practice.

On Sunday (June 11), Golden Book Of Records’ representative Santosh Agarwal honoured Khushi with the certificate.

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According to her father, Khushi started doing Yoga not very long ago. She has received many national and international medals. She clinched silver in the international yoga competition for below 17 years’ category in China in 2014. In 2016, she brought home two golds (solo artistic and rhythmic pair) and two silvers in 4 events in Vietnam.

Way to go, girl!

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Feature Image Credit: Indiatimes.com

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