Fastest Time To Leg Press 600 Pounds

United States

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Saint Joseph, Missouri, United States / August 30, 2013

Jason F. leg pressed 600 pounds in 7.14 seconds. He completed 10 reps.

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


Tags: fastestsportsexercisestrengthweightleg press

  • United States Richard Ingle

    Aint none of those even close to a rep if you really knew how to leg press everyone knowa the legs come to a 90 degree angle or close to it none of those were even close nice try though.... ha not congrats on lifting it up and it not crush you thats about it other than that shouldnt be a record

  • United States Jason A Faulkner

    I don't know WHO put the word PULSING leg presses on this record? What's a PULSING leg press? My Est. Max on Leg Press is 3,100Lbs. I had a torn hamstring and a torn hip pointer and was out almost 2 out of the last 3 years. This record is for speed!! I'm not a tall Monster. I'm just under 5' 10". Legs are't very long. Huge advantage... Wikipedia- leg press lifter must make 90 degree angle at the knees. Contrary to misbelief a leg press doesnt consist of a person banging the weight into their chest. ROM doesn't mean anything. Regardless of height foot position 90 degree angle can be shorter or very ling for long legged PPL. I've lifted 18 Years I never even have ever heard of a PULSiNG lift ever. It's a FAST TEMPO LIFT. It's a measure of speed/strength combined. When Josh said Pulses I was like HUH? Never heard that one, until I saw the rules criteria. But no it's just for quickness a lift never Pulses, they have a Tempo.

  • United States Josh Jones

    Jason, its not a matter of making people happy, I would reccommend you choose another angle, due to the way your legs are bending and extending. What this looks like, are pulses..

    • United States Jason A Faulkner

      Expalin to me what a PULSE is?Never heard that one.

    • United States Jenn Wark

      We consulted several professionals when reviewing this record. A pulse is a fast, short movement that does not exhibit the whole range of motion. Your evidence supports this rather than a full leg press.

  • United States Jenn Wark

    I agree, are these really leg presses?

  • Germany Lukas Reichenbach

    if legs must bend in 90degree angle why dont you do it ?

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