According to Guinness Book of World Records, the incredible attempt took place at St. David Catholic School in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada in front of a huge audience, mostly students.
Silvana has practiced martial arts for 19 years and attempted the record to put her skills to the ultimate test.
In her application for the title, the martial artist said: “I wanted to break a record mainly to push myself and see what I am capable of. In the martial arts world you are constantly evolving and learning new things and I wanted to put everything I’ve learned in my 19 years in the sport to the ultimate test. I always strive to be the best martial artist I can be, whether that be for myself or teaching others.”
The rules for this Guinness World Records title state that the foot has to touch the floor between each kick and that the people who balance objects on their heads must have a minimum height of 1.65 metres (5 ft 4.1 inch).
Previously, the most items kicked off people’s heads in one minute was 57 and was achieved by Gaurav Goley (India) in Bareilly, India, on 28 January last year.
Video courtesy: The Guinness Book of World Records