Klick Fitness

December 14, 2011 07:34 ET

Daniel Cutting Sets New Freestyle Football World Record at Klick Fitness

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Dec. 14, 2011) - Freestyle football champion Daniel Cutting has set yet another record to add to his bulging CV, as he performed 1534 keep-ups with a Swiss ball, which was caught on camera at Klick Fitness gym in Stoke.

The video showcases Daniel's amazing football skills and has already been shared by fans on the video sharing website, YouTube. Daniel already holds three other different freestyle football records and even acted as a body double for Real Madrid star Kaka in a famous Adidas advert.

His other world records include the quickest time to run 100 metres with a football balanced on the head, which he did effortlessly in 18.53 seconds; the most consecutive football rolls across the forehead at 1,810 and last but not least an incredible 153 touches, the most football touches with the lips in 1 minute.

Daniel is already well known for his champion freestyle football skills after appearances at top events around the world with famous footballers, performances at live shows with a range of celebrities, plus his work with many high profile brands and football clubs.

However, after Daniel's feat to set the record for the most keep-ups with a Swiss ball at the Klick Fitness gym, he is set to enjoy even wider recognition thanks to the YouTube clip which will no doubt be shared by many.

While at the gym Daniel also spared a bit of time to show off a number of impressive other skills too.

In between his trips around the world, he makes time to visit schools and youth groups where he has brought football freestyle skills to others, teaching them impressive football tricks and stunts. Staff and members of the Stoke gym are thrilled that he has managed to set another record in their gym.

Neil Currey, Club Manager at Klick Fitness Stoke, commented: 'We were extremely excited to have Daniel appear at our Stoke gym and our members were too! It was a memorable moment that will go down in Klick Fitness history - and we're not sure that our members will look at Swiss balls in the same way again! It just goes to show that there's never a dull moment at Klick Fitness gyms - you never know what might happen! We're hugely pleased for Daniel at his latest achievement.'

Klick Fitness has now added the video to their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/klickfitness and YouTube. Klick Fitness which launched this year and currently has ten gyms in cities including Liverpool and Manchester. Memberships cost as little as £3 per week and include more than 40 free classes each week. To find out more, visit http://www.klickfitness.com.

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