Have you ever read what other people are capable of and suddenly feel underaccomplished?
A teenager in Nova Scotia combined two of his favorite hobbies and set a Guinness World Record in the process. How? By solving a whopping 211 Rubik's cubes, all while bouncing on a pogo stick.
16-year-old Saul Hafting of Annapolis Royal successfully spent an hour and 12 minutes solving the 211 Rubik's cubes while bouncing on his pogo stick.
The Canadian teenager said he trained for three months before attempting the world record. Hafting also said he started solving Rubik's cubes about six years ago, after a friend showed him a technique, and it blew his mind.
The moral of the story here is if you aren't good at anything already, pick a hobby, become the best at it, and practice until you can crush a world record.