Frequent question: How many pull ups in a row world record?

What’s the most consecutive pull-ups?

Lee Chin-Yong (Korea), achieved 612 chin-ups at Jongmyo Park, Seoul, South Korea on 29 December 1994. Aged 70, he completed them in 2 hr 40 min. Palms faced outwards.

What’s the world record for pull-ups at once?

The most pull ups in one minute is 74 and was achieved by Hong Zhongtao (China) in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China on 30 October 2020.

Is 20 consecutive pull-ups good?

If you do pullups like I just described, 20 in a row is a great standard to aim for. The vast majority of guys can’t do that. If you get to 20 reps, it tends to be a game changer for your upper body strength.

What is the world record for pull-ups non stop?

55-year-old Navy vet breaks record with 6,844 pull-ups in 24 hours. Virginia Beach native, Rodney Hahn, now holds the Guinness World Record for most pull-ups completed in 24 hours. This article was originally published on AskMen.

How many pull-ups do Navy Seals do?

The minimum is eight pull-ups with no time limit, but you cannot touch the ground or let go of the bar. You should be able to do 15 to 20 to be competitive.

Navy SEAL PST Standards.

PST Event Minimum Standards Competitive Standards
Pull-ups 10 15-20
1.5-mile timed run 10:30 9-10 minutes
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How many pushups is elite?

For males ages 17 to 21, performing more than 71 pushups in a row would be considered exceptional. Males aged 22 to 26 would be classified as performing “a lot” if they could perform 75 pushups in a row. Females ages 17 to 21 would earn the rank score of 100 percent by completing 42 or more pushups.