Heaviest Dumbbell Curl With One Arm

United States Jon Paul Palmer

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Reno, Nevada, United States / March 17, 2011

Jon-Paul Palmer completed adumbbell curl of 105 pounds with his left arm.

- must be attempted on a declined exercise bench
- bicep must fully extend before returning to upright position
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  • response to this attempt United States Jon-Paul Palmer

    Jon-Paul Palmer

    Your father sounds strong. I am proud of my SPECIFIC demonstration of strength because it is my best demonstration of strength. Just as your fathers was as you chose to describe him throwing the 100lbs bales of hay over his head is specific to his area of strength. I am strong in other areas too but I dont show case them because I know that there are MANY other people that are stronger than I am in THOSE SPECIFIC feats of strength. I am 155lbs always....not 156 or 154 unless I just ate thanksgiving dinner or am sick so I am confident that none one can beat my record for my size. I you find them....tell them about me. If I know anything about physical strength, it is the fact that no one person will hold all the records....I promise that.

  • response to this attempt United States James Roe

    James Roe

    Not bad, but things use to be different 60-70 years ago. My dad at 14years old was throwing 100 lb hay bales over his head onto a wagon. while holding 2 bales, 1 in each hand, slinging 1 up then the other, all day long. No one could beat him in a fight, and he use to out run others while he carried someone, another teenager, on his back. His strength was superior to all he encountered even while in the Navy, he routinely kicked the crap out of several Marines at a time, knocking one out then the other, he was only 6 foot.

    • response to this attempt United States Jon-Paul Palmer

      Jon-Paul Palmer

      One person doesn't own all the records for feats of strength. I dedicate my efforts to a specific lift...and that is what I claim to be the best at. I know people like your father too. That is very impressive for his size for that SPECIFIC demonstration of strength. No one person will hold all the physical strength records, I promise you that.

  • response to this attempt Wales Jack Demynn

    Jack Demynn

    Brian really, your whole life is this website, and if you didnt go on this you wouldnt do anything else... How about do something else rather then spend your whole life on this.

  • response to this attempt United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    Deb you can't judge others. with you not having any records yourself

  • response to this attempt United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    sentences kept getting cut off

  • response to this attempt United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    This record is amazing.

  • response to this attempt United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    Deb. Everyone has their own style

  • response to this attempt United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    silly

  • response to this attempt United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    who are to say what's

  • response to this attempt United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    Dear Deb Orvik who are you to say what's silly

  • response to this attempt United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    Dear Deb Orvik there are a lot of serious records on URDB. Who are you to say what's silly

  • response to this attempt United States Brad Orvik

    Brad Orvik

    NICE!

  • response to this attempt United States Deb Orvik

    Deb Orvik

    Very Impressive for you for having one of the few serious records on this site. I think more will follow since Guinness World Records has noticed this site and may be scrambling to get the hits that URDB World Records is getting. Great job for posting a serious challenge.

  • response to this attempt United States Levi Ford

    Levi Ford

    koool

  • response to this attempt Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    Surely one of the "dumbest" records... :) good job!

  • response to this attempt Canada Darryl Learie

    Darryl Learie

    Impressive - awesome job - well deserved :)

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