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Most Consecutive Overhead Lifts With A Fiery Flintstone Barbell

United States Clint Poore

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Columbus, Ohio, United States / July 28, 2012

Clint Poore performed 10 consecutive overhead lifts with a Flintstone barbell while the barbell ends were on fire.

NOTE: This record is dangerous and should only be attempted by trained professionals.

- must press Flintstone barbell from shoulders to lockout position
- both sides of Flintstone barbell must be on fire throughout attempt
- must provide video evidence

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  • United States Jason Faulkner

    Jason Faulkner

    NOW THAT'S COOL!!

  • United States Corey Henderson

    Corey Henderson

    Is a Flintstone barbell a standard weight? Also we should specify that these are overhead chest presses?

    • United States Josh Jones

      Josh Jones

      As a former powerlifter, these are indeed over head presses. They have to come down past your chin, touch the body and be pushed into the lockout position (elbows locked, arms straight) which he does do in the video seen above.

      As far as the Flintstone question, I cant give you an answer there.

    • United States Josh Jones

      Josh Jones

      The only thing I can say, when it comes to practice reps. Overhead lifts, there is no standard weight, its moreso what the lifter feels comfortable pressing. Overhead lift isnt exactly a competition press, unless you were referring to the clean and jerk technique

    • United States Jenn Wark

      Jenn Wark

      Flintstone barbells, from what I understand, just refer to the fact that the end weights are granite.

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