Think you're good at multitasking? Check out Chris Essick, 31, who lowered the 200-meter indoor joggling record at a meet in Storm Lake, Iowa, last Saturday. Essick, a former decathlete at Missouri Valley College joggled—yep, it's juggling while you jog—the 200 in 27.75 seconds, thus adding to his world bests in the outdoor 200 (26.16) and 400 (56.9). "It's difficult because you can't propel yourself with your arms. It's all legs," Essick says. "We try to keep it on a pro level. We don't want to come out as a circus act, no big shoes, no red nose." Essick, who coaches junior high track in Branson, Mo., hopes to break his records at the World Joggling Championships this July in Reno. The event is held by the International Juggling Association, which, to Essick's chagrin, has reservations at the Circus Circus hotel.