What is the world record for pull-ups without stopping?
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.
What is the world record for pull-ups in a row?
WORLD RECORDS: MOST PULL-UPS in 30 MINUTES (MALE)
|318||Jean-François Huette (FRA)||9 Aug 1996|
|379 379||Rémy Vidal (FRA) Guy Schott (USA)||20 Dec 2004 22 Oct 2005|
|433||Matthew Bogdanowicz (USA)||26 Mar 2006|
|440||Stephen Hyland (GBR)||12 Feb 2008|
|470||Jason Petzold (USA)||5 April 2009|
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|
|1.5-mile timed run||10:30||9-10 minutes|
What is the record for most pull-ups in 24 hours?
Guinness’s current world record for most pull-ups by a man in 24 hours is 7,600, held by John Orth from Golden, Colorado, and achieved in 19.5 hours.
What’s the world record for chin ups?
Most in a Day. Joonas Mäkipelto, aged 27, broke the Guinness Book of World Records for the most chin-ups in 24 hours. He achieved 5,050 chin ups in 24 hours. The previous record was 5,045 by Lucas Garel (Canada).