Most Leg Presses Using A 900-Pound Weight

United States Jason A Faulkner

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Saint Joseph, Missouri, United States / April 11, 2013

Jason F. leg pressed a 900-pound weight 76 times.

- must perform raw and pulsing leg presses
- may not use hands for duration of attempt
- must provide video evidence


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  • The Internet Impact Fitness-and

    Impact Fitness-and

    ...and btw,,,you're gonna hurt your knees locking them out like that at the end... ;)

  • The Internet Impact Fitness-and

    Impact Fitness-and

    No doubt you need a decent amount of strength and endurance to do this but it's a strange record. I would not call this a "leg press". Maybe call it a "knee bend". The anger you see here comes from what you are calling it, because it is most definitely not a true leg press. Call it a knee bend and no one can have an issue with it. However following the guidelines of this video, I would imagine there are thousands of lifters who could do this.

  • The Internet Tmp bobb

    Tmp bobb

    ANOTHER FAT USELESS SLOB GIVING PEOPLE LIKE ME A BAD NAME !!! I will track you down one day and show you how to stop being a lard stuffed couch potato !! R Bessa- training to join team GB, legpresed over 600kg at 85k body weigh years ago. Currently growing into a world class power monster :o)

  • The Internet adam


    again.....0 reps. find that guy in the background doing incline presses and ask him how to do a real rep with full range of motion!

  • The Internet Mickey


    73!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Nooooooo you did none. You are the worst kind of weight lifter. I quit have fun. Do what you want, no one will be impressed with the Numbers you tell them you lift when they see your attempts. Good luck in your future endeavors.

    • United States Jason A Faulkner

      Jason A Faulkner

      Still no profile pic or records Mickey??? Sounds like some is really jealous!

    • United States Jason A Faulkner

      Jason A Faulkner

      Still no records, pics or profile pic for Mickey mouse. Sounds like someone is jealous

    • The Internet Bushijr.


      A record can not be considered legit without proper form. I give you credit for doing so many reps of a high weight which takes a lot of endurance. But to be considered a legitimate record by any community that knows anything about weight lifting you would need to work on your form and have a full range of motion. My best is 1035 lbs. one rep max in which my thighs were perpendicular to the floor. I think I probably still need to work on my form because, I believe a body builder would say proper form is to have you thighs touch you chest. Keep up the good work and practice your form and in no time you will have an undebatable record. Cheers and good luck

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