Most Consecutive 'Perfect Push-Ups'

United States


Oro Valley, Arizona, United States / April 12, 2014

Alexander L. completed 150 perfect push-ups in a row.

- arms must lock at peak of push-ups and elbows must be 90 degrees at base of push-ups
- partially completed push-ups deducted from final tally


Tags: mostsportsfitnessarmpush-upperfect pushup

  • Sweden Gabriel ahl

    I think If I like would do try to beat this record it would Hurt alot in my arms

  • The Internet Luke

    I’ve beaten 54 fitness world records but I must say your pretty good

  • Germany Baraa Solieman

    awesome, im getting my perfect push ups within this week and then i will try to break this record

  • The Internet Andreas Weaver

    Awesome, you killed it. Real range of motion as well.

  • The Internet Andre Turan


  • The Internet Andre Turan

    I look at RecordSetter as a fitness game. I've been waiting for someone to take the record and then it becomes a back and forth challenge. You should video yourself beating the record and then we'll take it as far as we can. Remember: keep the range of motion respectable!

  • The Internet Dirk VandenBergh

    Umm! you stopped at 39. I do 100 non-stop twice a week, and I'm 56. I use to do 100, one handed push-ups in under 1 min. Just sayin..

  • Netherlands JellyPenguin

    whoah nice dude! keep on the good stuffz!

  • United States Derrick Clark

    Way to go my Buckeye bro! I'm born in Columbus,Ohio.Keep up the good work!

  • The Internet Michael Livanos

    I can barely do 50 regular pushups... I pride myself on being strong but really nice job man

  • The Internet charles rogers

    good job t.j. and you did them right. all the way.down and all the way up.

  • Canada Darryl Learie

    Good record Tj, congrats :D

  • United States Tj Chupka

    well yes that would be cool, but i have better things to do with my life.

  • Canada Darryl Learie

    Every record is impressive in it's own right, let's say the world record for the mile is 3:43 right, but I had to work twice as hard to get my 5:27 - I don't think that makes mine less worthy.

    Not to mention, there's already so many records I know I have little aptitude or skill for but I remain happy for those peeps who do. :D

    It's like my first Guinness world record, you know, still waiting on Guinness to verify it - Whether they validate it or not - I know in my heart I broke it. :D

  • United States Brian Pankey

    One record does not make you a king TJ. Try 700 in a year

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