Adult World Records

Board Breaking

30 – 1/2" Boards Broken with Spear Hands in the Fastest Time – Jonathan Field – 19.5Seconds

  • November 8, 2015 in Glastonbury, CT (USBA/WBA Hall of Fame Breaking Championships).
  • 1″X10″X12″ pine boards, set on patio blocks, 44 stations, multiple boards per station, carpenter pencil spacers.

50 1" Boards Broken with a Palm Strike in the Fastest Time (unspaced) – JonathanField – 10.5 Seconds

  • July 11, 2014 in Orlando, FL (USBA/WBA World Breaking Championships at the US Open).
  • 1″X10″X12″ pine boards, set on cinder blocks, 10 stations, 5 boards per station, no spacers.

Most 1" Boards broken in 10 seconds – Current Kenneth Goodrich – 139 Boards

  • May 29, 2016 in West Springfield, MA, USA.
  • 1″X10″X12″ pine boards, set on concrete stands, 25 stations, multiple boards per station, carpenter pencil spacers.

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  • Gary Reho – 126boards
    • April 15, 2009 in Fairfield, CT
    • 1″X10″X12″ pine boards, set on concrete stands, 21 stations, multiple boards per station, carpenter pencil spacers.

Most 1" Boards broken in Fifteen Minutes – Fernando Camareno – 1160

  • August 5, 2008 in Isagenix National Convention, Las Vegas, NV
  • 1″X10″X12″ pine boards, set on concrete stands, Multiple boards per station, no spacers.
  • Also sanctioned by the ISKA.

Most 1" Boards broken in One Minute – Leif Becker – 487 boards

  • July 30, 2005 in Los Angeles, CA
  • Black Belt Magazine’s Festival of the Martial Arts
  • Also sanctioned by the ISKA.
  • 1″X10″X12″ Pine Boards, set on concrete stands, 120 stations, multiple boards per station, carpenter pencil spacers.

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  • Leif Becker – 415 boards

    May 25, 2004

Most 1" Boards broken with a single Ridgehand Strike – Paul Hickey – 6 boards

  • June 7, 2008 in Fairfield, CT
  • 1″X10″X12″ pine Boards, held in official USBA/WBA Power Board Holder, 1 station, no spacers.

Most 1" Boards Broken with a Stomp in 30 Seconds (spaced) – Kenneth Goodrich – 330 Boards

  • May 1, 2016 in Chicopee, MA
  • 1/2″X10″X12″ pine boards, set on cinder blocks, 3 stations, boards placed by assistants, no spacers.

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  • James Trinka – 154 Boards
    • August 16, 2014 in Albany, NY (USBA/WBA Northeastern Regional Breaking Championships at the North East Open)
    • 1″X10″X12″ pine boards, set on patio blocks, 24 stations, multiple boards per station, carpenter pencil spacers.

Most 1" Boards Broken with a Stomp in 30 Seconds (unspaced) – Ken Goodrich – 210 Boards

  • March 21, 2015 in Blakely, PA (USBA Keystone State Breaking Championships).
  • 1″X10″X12″ pine boards, set on patio blocks, 35 stations, multiple boards per station, no spacers.

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  • Jonathan Field – 107 Boards
    • July 5, 2013 in Orlando, FL (USBA/WBA World Breaking Championships at the US Open).
    • 1″X10″X12″ pine boards, set on patio blocks, 30 stations, multiple boards per station, no spacers.

Concrete Breaking:

Most 2" Unspaced Concrete Patio Blocks broken with Stomps in 30 Seconds – David Mayton – 50 blocks

March 18, 2017 at the USBA Keystone State Breaking Championships, Scott Township, PA, USA 2″X8″X16″ concrete patio blocks, 25 stations, multiple blocks per station, set on patio blocks, no spacers, foot stomps only

Most 2" Concrete Patio Blocks broken with 3 Strikes (Hand, Elbow, Foot) in 10 seconds – Drew Serrano – 34 blocks

  • July 12, 2014 at the ISKA US Open Night of Champions, Orlando, FL.
  • 2″X8″X16″ concrete patio blocks, 3 stations, multiple blocks per station, set on concrete stands, carpenter pencil spacers, 1 hand strike, 1 elbow strike, 1 foot strike.

Most 2" Concrete Patio Blocks broken with a Stomp in 60 seconds – Ken Goodrich – 498 blocks

  • September 12, 2015- Chicopee, MA.
  • 2″X8″X16″ concrete patio blocks, set on patio blocks, 65 stations, multiple blocks per station, carpenter pencil spacers.

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  • Michael Olson – 144 blocks
    • July 13, 2012 at the USBA/WBA World Breaking Championships, US Open World Martial Arts Championships, Orlando, FL.
    • 2″X8″X16″  concrete patio blocks, set on concrete stands, 35 stations, multiple blocks per station, carpenter pencil spacers.
  • Dayne Garrison – 79 blocks
    • July 2, 2011 in Orlando, FL
    • 2″X8″X16″ concrete patio blocks, set on concrete stands, 13 stations, multiple blocks per station, carpenter pencil spacers.

Most 2" Concrete Patio Blocks broken with an Elbow in 10 seconds – Larry Fields – 113 blocks

  • August 3, 2008 in Uncasville, CT
  • Also sanctioned by the ISKA.
  • 8″X16″X1 5/8″ concrete patio blocks (standard construction size), set on concrete stands, 20 stations, multiple blocks per station, carpenter pencil spacers.

Most 2" Unspaced Concrete Patio Blocks broken with a single Elbow Strike – PaulHickey – 4 blocks

  • May 8, 2014 at the USBA Keystone State Breaking Championships, Blakely, PA.
  • 2″X8″X16″ concrete patio blocks, set on concrete stands, 4 blocks set on 1 station, no spacers, broken with elbow strike.

Most Concrete Tiles broken in one minute – Fernando Camareno – 468 tiles

  • March 12, 2007 in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
  • Also sanctioned by the ISKA.
  • 1″X6″X8″ cement tiles, set on concrete stands, 120 stations, multiple tiles per station, carpenter pencil spacers.

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  • Fernando Camareno – 310 tiles

    August 28, 2004

Other Breaking and Sanctioned Records

Most baseball bats broken with the Shins in 10 seconds – Larry Fields – 11 bats

  • July 10, 2010 in Orlando, FL
  • 33″ Louisville Slugger – standard baseball bats
  • Also sanctioned by the ISKA.
  • Set in concrete stands with assistants holding tops, one bat per station, bats broken with shin using kicks.

Most coconuts broken in 10 seconds – Ralph Bergamo – 6 coconuts

  • July 14, 2012 at the US Open World Martial Arts Championships, Orlando, FL.
  • Standard coconuts from supermarket, placed on concrete stands.
  • Also sanctioned by the ISKA.

Most coconuts broken in 20 seconds – Ralph Bergamo – 9 coconuts

  • June 2007 in Los Angeles, CA
  • Standard coconuts from supermarket, placed on table.

Most 2x4" lumber broken with a kick in 10 seconds – John Zurisk – 8 six foot lengths

  • July 12, 2014 at the ISKA US Open Night of Champions, Orlando, FL.
  • Standard 2×4″ lumber, 6 foot lengths.

Most rebar bent with throat in 30 seconds – Fernando Camerano – 33 Rebars

  • October 22, 2005 in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
  • 3/8″X6′ lengths of rebars, held by assistants, placed in the area of the throat between the chin and suprasternal notch.

Most 2x4" x 6 lumber broken with a kick in 10 seconds – John Zurisk – 5 sixfoot lengths

September 24, 2011 in Michigan City, IN

Most baseball bats broken with an Elbow in 10 seconds – Larry Fields – 13 bats

  • July 2, 2011 in Orlando, FL
  • 33″ Louisville Slugger – standard baseball bats
  • Set on concrete stands, one bat per station, bats broken with elbow/forearm area with a downward strike.

Team Breaking Records

130, 1" and 1/2" boards broken by a 3 person team with a stomp in the fastest time (unspaced) – The Smelt Family – 21 Seconds

  • November 9, 2014 in Norwich, CT (USBA/WBA Hall of Fame Breaking Championships).
  • 20 stations of 1″x10″x12″ and 10 stations of 1/2″x10″x12″ pine boards, set on patio blocks, multiple boards per station, no spacers.
  • 3 person team- 2 adults, 1 male and 1 female, and 1 junior under 12 yrs. old

200 1" boards broken with hand strikes by a 4 person team in the fastest time (spaced) – Team Wolverine – 12.8 seconds

  • May 7, 2016 in Cobourg, Ontario, Canada (WBA Ontario Breaking Championships).
  • 40 stations of 1″x10″x12″ pine boards, 5 boards per station, set on patio blocks, multiple boards per station, carpenter pencil spacers.
  • 4 person team, 10 stations per person.

Most 1" boards broken by hand by a two person team in 30 seconds (unspaced) – Jonathan Field and Carlo Trenti – 134 boards

  • November 6, 2016 in Wallingford, CT (USBA/WBA Hall of Fame Breaking Championships).
  • 1″x10″x12″ pine boards, 2 stations per person, set on concrete blocks, multiple boards per station, assistants used, no spacers.
  • 30 seconds.