Kids in Reading try to help set world record

Kids in Reading try to help set world record

READING, Pa. - Some kids in Reading are trying to exercise their way into the record books.

Kids at the Olivet Boys and Girls Club on Mulberry Street got moving Thursday.

They're trying to help break the Guinness World Record for the most people exercising to a fitness video within a 24-hour period.

Kids from across the world are participating in the attempt as part of National Boys and Girls Club week.

"They get excited about the fact thta they will actually be participating in a Guinness Book of World record plus it teaches them a lot about healthy lifestyles," said Kevin Devera.

Club officials say it will take a few weeks to find out if a new record has been set, but they say they're confident the record will be shattered.

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