Exemplifying through actions that Fitness is Neverending, and to celebrate his 30th birthday in 1989, Mark established his first World Record for marathon rope jumping more than 22 hours. In the spring of 1990 he established his second record by continuously jumping rope for more than 36 hours. Mark was honored to have The American SIDS Institute as the benefactor for both of these charitable endeavors.
He credits his mentor the late great Jack LaLanne- Godfather of modern day fitness- for the inspiration to pursue these records.
From this point, the 1990’s evolved into a whirlwind of U.S. and global tours and a wealth of amazing experiences… highlighted by Mark performing each day at Olympic City (1996) during the games of the XXVI Olympiad in Atlanta, Georgia.