The snapping finger is a small skill that everyone knows. Although it is not suitable for use in the workplace, it is still possible to play. But when you see the fastest finger snapping in the world, you will feel that you are completely handicapped. The rhythm of the spike, but many netizens have watched the video of the Japanese college student snapping their fingers, and they all think it is magical. Let’s take a look.
Japanese college students clicked 296 times in one minute and broke the world record. Many people have watched Japanese variety shows. The content is often beyond your imagination. Some people directly describe it as unlimited. Recently, a male college student Satoshi Fujimura was invited to the show to perform his tricks. He snapped his fingers and hit 296 times in one minute, breaking the Guinness World Record. Many people were surprised when they saw it.
According to various media reports, Fujimura Satoshi was invited to a TV show a few days ago to perform his tricks to snap his fingers. The time limit is 1 minute. After he started, he shook his body while chanting, struggling to tap his fingers with one hand. It was also because of too much input that he became tired in the later stages and his finger speed slowed down, but after the time expired, after calculation, he hit a total of 296 times.
Satoshi Fujimura fired a total of 296 times, breaking the record of 287 times held by Sweden’s Gusmansen eight years ago and pushing the new record 9 times. In the process of snapping his fingers, Fujimura used his body’s rhythm to drive, and in the process he constantly made clear and loud pops.