Ashrita Furman has 100 world records, including this one - he hopped a mile, hula-hooping all the while, in Moscow in 2004.
This has to be a record - for "Most Records."
Furman is the first person to hold 100 records at the same time, earning the title after he assembled a group that read poetry in 111 different languages at City Hall Park Wednesday.
"I believe we all have an inner strength that we very rarely use," Furman said.
Furman, a Queens health-food store owner, has worked on breaking records since 1979 and said he's shattered about 230 total - but some have been broken since, he said.
He's broken a Guiness record on every continent, including Antarctica, where he jumped a mile on a pogo stick.
Some of his favorite Guinness feats? He ate the most M&Ms with chopsticks in a minute - 38 - earlier this year, and completed the world's fastest mile on a kangaroo ball on the Great Wall of China.
"I just love the challenge of trying to be the best in the world in something," Furman said.