I have started my training for the World Record on April 15th. 5,000 signatures in ten hours will be what it takes to take home the gold.
I wanted to see how many times I could sign my name before my wrist got weak and I got to about 1,000. Then I switched to my left hand and as you can see from the photo above… I have a lot of work to do before then… especially with my left hand signature.
At first, 5,000 signatures seems doable… then you try it and you tell yourself you better get training!
So today I am putting together a training schedule to get ready for this record. It will include signing my name more 100,000 times, writing 500 letters, doing push-ups everyday and working with one of those 5-pound hand grips with a spring.
If I want to do this, training is a must.
This week I am in Fort Collins meeting with campus and community organizations to help market the event and get people on board to break a World Record at CSU! Remember to stay in touch by signing up for the blog at the top right hand corner of this page and email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have ideas or contacts that can help with the event!
Once I get my training schedule completed, I will share with you my plans to get ready to sign 5,000 books on April 15th! Together… we will break a world record!!! As always…