Sports Joey Chestnut can eat 75 hot dogs in 10 minutes. Study says only 85 is humanly possible
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World records are one thing. Defying the scientifically impossible is another.
Hot dog eating champion Joey Chestnut is only nine hot dogs away from doing so, it turns out, based on a.
Where is the hot dog eating contest in 2020? New Coney Island location after move during COVID-19
The 2020 hot dog eating contest was moved to a private, indoor location to account for New York's social distancing guidelines amid the coronavirus pandemic.Because of the coronavirus pandemic, though, the 2020 Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest will not be the public, outdoor party it has been for so many years.
Researchers analyzed 39 years of data from the Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, held annually on the Coney Island boardwalk but at a private indoor location this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The study used mathematical modeling to calculate the maximum number of hot dos one person could possibly eat in 10 minutes. That number was 84. Chesnut just ate a world record of.
James Smoliga, the author of the study and a professor of psychology in the department of physical therapy at High Point University,he was fascinated by finding the limitation that the human body could manage and sharpened his research on competitive eaters over the average person.
Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest records: Who has eaten the most hot dogs on July 4?
No man is hungrier on Independence Day than Joey Chestnut, and the record book shows just that.The annual competition returns for another year to its iconic Coney Island location in New York, where a competitors stuff their faces with dozens of hot dogs and buns in a 10-minute span.
"The ordinary person would probably run into a stomach capacity issue," Smoliga said. "But competitive eaters specifically train to expand their stomachs, so for top competitive eaters, it's probably more the chewing and eating within a time frame that limits it.
"There's not a whole lot of research on competitive eaters, but what we do know is obese individuals and individuals with binge eating disorders have similar types of physiology: They can have more food in the stomach, which can disrupt mental feelings of fullness."
As a psychologist, Smoliga has studied other sports phenomena and said it wasn't until the big boom of competitive eating in the early 2000s that he was able to see breakthroughs in the hot dog-eating capacity.
"In something like the 100-meter dash, when looking at records and performances, you will notice there are small, incremental changes in performance," Smoliga said. "But then something big changes — either the sport becomes more popular or professionalized, or there's a new drug or procedure, and performance limits rise."
Joey Chestnut sets world record, downs 75 hot dogs in Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest
Joey Chestnut eclipsed his own world record, capturing his 13th title in the Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest after downing 75 dogs.The annual hot dog contest took place at a private New York location with COVID-19 safety measures in place instead of its usual Coney Island boardwalk spot. No fans were in attendance, and competitors were spaced six feet apart while separated by plexiglass.
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