Ryan Seacrest And Kelly Ripa Live With Breaking Records

Ryan Seacrest has an extensive career and has become a household name. From his early career in radio On Air with Ryan to Live With Kelly And Ryan. There are a few movies that he has appeared in. Radio started in 1995 but the actual career started when he was 16 in 1990. He went on to host several television award shows and productions. These include American Idol and New Year’s Rockin Eve. Fashion line creator Ryan Seacrest is known for his polish and style as he works with Burberry and creating his own label.


Live with Kelly and Ryan is hosting the 2019 Guinness World Record breaker week. They will have a different event each day of the week beginning with the most people doing the “Floss” dance move at the same time. The record was broken with 349 doing the dance for a minute. An instructor showed the hosts how to perform the dance and the audience also received instruction. The next day was a basketball slam dunk record breaker and it was executed by using a trampoline. According to the NY Times, the World record was broken and to celebrate the success of the record breaker, Kelly held the ball while one of the Xtreme Team members jumped over her head to make a basket.

Wednesday brought the tallest house of cards. Bryan Berg’s second attempt at breaking the world record was a success at twenty six stories high and held steady for ten seconds. Thursday was fastest time to wrap a person in wrapping paper. This didn’t get achieved however, Kelly was open about trying to wrap her son in wrapping paper! Friday ended the fun week of world record breakers with the most grape juice extracted from stomping by treading in one minute by team of two. This was accomplished with Kelly and Ryan on one side in tubs and the team on the other.

Ryan Seacrest and Kelly Ripa Team Up With Guinness World Records Team for Record Breaker Week

In conclusion, Ryan Seacrest is also a philanthropist and has created the Ryan Seacrest Foundation. He supports nine children’s hospitals and has named Selena Gomez as the Ambassador to the foundation. He also has a line of skin care products called Polished and has announced it on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

Ryan talks about his weight loss struggle here: https://www.mensjournal.com/health-fitness/the-face-of-hollywood-ryan-seacrests-weight-loss-struggle/

The Story of Yanni Hufnagel: College Basketball Prodigy

Yanni Hufnagel used to be a college basketball coach. He was an assistant coach for teams such as; The Oklahoma Sooners, the Harvard Crimson, California Golden Bears, Vanderbilt Commodores, and Nevada Wolf Pack. During his 8 years of coaching, Hufnagel was considered one of the top recruiters in the game. Hufnagel has been described in the past as the “Energizer Bunny of college basketball” due to his incredible work ethic.

Hufnagel started his career as a graduate assistant for Oklahoma for two seasons under the leadership of Jeff Capel. During his time there he also worked alongside Blake Griffin, who would go on to become an NBA superstar. He was inspired by their dedication. Hufnagel has been quoted saying, “I think a major key that turned the engine for me was being with Blake and with Jeff for those two years. Being around them, appreciating their work ethic, that was important for me to see early on.”


Hufnagel eventually left Oklahoma for Harvard, where he served as a coach and recruiter under the leadership of Tommy Amaker. During his time there, he would foster relationships with people like Jeremy Lin and Wesley Saunders. After Harvard, Hufnagel joined the Vanderbilt Commodores. He served as an assistant coach under the leadership of Kevin Stallings for about a year.

Hufnagel joined the California Golden Bears in 2014, which was under the leadership of Cuonzo Martin. During his time there, he ultimately persuaded Jaylen Brown and Ivan Rabb to join the team. He would go on to lead the Golden Bears to great success. In April 2016, Hufnagel accepted a position with the Nevada Wolf Pack, which was under the leadership of Eric Musselman. This would be his final position before retiring in 2017.


Although he no longer coaches, his legacy lives on. He is revered as one of the best coaches and recruiters of all time. His passion and devotion to his work were always evident. He is an inspiration for all aspiring coaches and recruiters.