Most Consecutive Hands-Out Pull-Ups (Male)

United States Nathan Van

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Fremont, Iowa, United States / January 9, 2012

Nathan Van raised his body to the sky 34 times utilizing the hands-out pull-up method.

- must perform pull-ups with the back of the hands facing away from the body
- must perform complete pull-ups; incomplete exercises will be deducted from the final total
- must provide video evidence

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  • United States Dirk VandenBergh

    Dirk VandenBergh

    You want to break this record? Please! I did 50 pull-ups, not chin-ups, all non-stop when I was 38. I can still do 30 and I'm 56.

  • United States Dillon Dixon

    Dillon Dixon

    I would like to break this record, but I would do legit palm facing out fully locked out elbow pull ups, and that being said I can't do 34, but the strength required would be much greater with that grip and the full extension of the arms. I don't want to do it if I have to compete with half chin ups while I would be doing Full Pull Ups... what should I do?

  • Pakistan Navid Qazi

    Navid Qazi

    Rob, i tried to find the attempts with higher values but cant find em the once with 22 an 20 an 19 units are only pictures..

  • United States Rob Birdsong

    Rob Birdsong

    Navid - I dont think we can recognize this attempt. There are already many other attempts in this category, with a way higher pull-up value. http://recordholders.org/en/list/chinups.html

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Agreed, Snapdragon22. We're going to change the Status to Denied.

  • United States Sean Goldsmith

    Sean Goldsmith

    so its just a picture of some shirtless Gypsie. how do we know he did all 22... its just a picture

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