Record attempt works out

Above, 25 members from the community participate in a world-record workout Saturday. Herbalife joined with its members around the world last weekend to create a new Guinness World Records achievement for most participants in a high-intensity interval training workout in 24-hours, while setting a world record for the number of people in such a workout in one location, with nearly 4,000 people filling the LA Live Plaza in downtown Los Angeles. Guinness adjudicator Michael Empric confirmed the record in LA. Tens of thousands of people attended workouts at local nutrition clubs, parks and public meeting spaces across more than 80 countries. The workout began at 9 a.m. local time Saturday in Auckland, New Zealand. Throughout the next 24 hours, workout events were conducted in towns and cities around the world.