Northeastern University earned a Guinness World Record on Sunday thanks to the more than 350 students who crab walked simultaneously.
Northeastern’s Resident Student Association hosted the event on Centennial Common in an attempt to make history, according to the school's site.
They did just that. To achieve the world record, the school needed at least 280 students to crab walk on campus. In the end, 376 students took part.
Crab walking is an "upside down, backward crawl," according to the school, in which someone moves on their hands and feet while their torso faces the sky.
Crab walking is typically done as a physicall exercise to work on arms, legs and shoulder muscles.