Exercise Equipment in the Gym

If you’re anything like me, you tend to go through workout slumps. Your usual tried-and-true workouts start to feel a little stale.

Finding a new exciting sport like streetlifting can really help light that fire for you again.

More exciting still is the fact that streetlifting is fairly new. We’re in that time where athletes are setting new streetlifting records, either on social media or during an event sanctioned by the International Streetlifting Federation.

If you need some inspiration, here are some incredibly impressive records set by streetlifters from all over the world.

FinalRep (Official) World Records

FinalRep is an organization that’s developed its own rules, independent of the International Streetlifting Federation. Their second World Championship event was held in Cologne, Germany on 9/30/23-10/01/23.

There are 4 exercises that must be performed: the muscle up, the pull up, the squat, and the dip. All the athletes must attempt to pull their maximum weight with each lift.

The entire FinalRep event was uploaded to YouTube. Here’s a little preview.

I included the records set at the FinalRep World Championship 2023. Click or tap the tabs to check out the records for each weight class.

Female Division

MuscleupAnaïs Lozono (ES)15.5 kg (34 lbs)
PullupNadine Hettinga (NL)52.5 kg (115.5 lbs)
DipNadine Hettinga (NL)60 kg (132 lbs)
SquatJulie Brian (FR)145 kg (319 lbs)
TotalNadine Hettinga (NL)245 kg (539 lbs)
Female Division -57 kg (125 lbs)
MuscleupLaura García Bitrain (ES)20 kg (44 lbs)
PullupLaura García Bitrain (ES)47.5 kg (104.5 lbs)
DipLaura García Bitrain (ES)63.75 kg (140.24 lbs)
SquatInès Marius (FR)150 kg (330 lbs)
TotalInès Marius (FR)257.5 kg (566.5 lbs)
Female Division -63 kg (138 lbs)
MuscleupSarah Anyamele (DE)22.5 kg (49.5 lbs)
PullupDanae Morgan (US)56.25 kg (123.75 lbs)
DipDanae Morgan (US)63.75 kg (140.25 lbs)
SquatMilana Popovic (RS)145 kg (319 lbs)
TotalSarah Anyamele (DE)262.5 kg (577.5 lbs)
Female Division -70 kg (154 lbs)
MuscleupDelia Schweizer (DE)13.75 kg (30.25 lbs)
PullupMałgorzata Luckner (PL)51.25 kg (112.75 lbs)
DipMałgorzata Luckner (PL)58.75 kg (129.25 lbs)
SquatDelia Schweizer (DE)145 kg (319 lbs)
TotalDelia Schweizer (DE)241.25 kg (530.75 lbs)
Female Division +70 kg (154 lbs)

Male Division

MuscleupYoussef Ashura Bouida (FR)40.25 kg (88.55 lbs)
PullupYoussef Ashura Bouida (FR)100 kg (220 lbs)
DipJulien Capdeville (FR)134 kg (294.8 lbs)
SquatDomenico Zezza (IT)190 kg (418 lbs)
TotalYoussef Ashura Bouida (FR)442.75 kg (974.05 lbs)
Male Division -66 kg (145 lbs)
MuscleupChevillard Aubin (FR)42.5 kg (93.5 lbs)
PullupChevillard Aubin (FR)102.5 kg (225.5 lbs)
DipChevillard Aubin (FR)149 kg (327.8 lbs)
SquatIsraelian Albert (BE)221 kg (486.2 lbs)
TotalChevillard Aubin (FR)494 kg (1,086.8 lbs)
Male Division -73 kg (160 lbs)
MuscleupRaul Teslevici (FR)45 kg (99 lbs)
PullupBartłomiej Orchowski (PL)100 kg (220 lbs)
DipCarlos Picon (ES)155 kg (341 lbs)
SquatTony D’Agostino (IT)270 kg (594 lbs)
TotalBartłomiej Orchowski (PL)513.75 kg (1,130.25 lbs)
Male Division -80 kg (176 lbs)
MuscleupPere Coll (ES)51 kg (112.2 lbs)
PullupLudovic Adigery (FR)120 kg (264 lbs)
DipPere Coll (ES)170 kg (374 lbs)
SquatTimo Wunnenberg (DE)271.5 kg (597.3 lbs)
TotalPere Coll (ES)557.25 kg (1,225.95 lbs)
Male Division -87 kg (191 lbs)
MuscleupDylan “Baki” Heurteux (FR)42.5 kg (93.5 lbs)
PullupDylan “Baki” Heurteux (FR)107.5 kg (236.5 lbs)
DipTheo Goutte Toquet (FR)171.25 kg (376.75 lbs)
SquatDaniel Lisek Lis (PL)281.5 kg (619.3 lbs)
TotalXavier Enrique Macias Montano (IT)586.5 kg (1,290.3 lbs)
Male Division -94 kg (206 lbs)
MuscleupPatryk Dzieniszewski (DE)40 kg (88 lbs)
PullupMiguel Tirado (ES)100 kg (220 lbs)
DipTonio Zeidler (DE)185 kg (407 lbs)
SquatJan Makula (CZ)310 kg (682 lbs)
TotalJan Makula (CZ)572.5 kg (1,259.5 lbs)
Male Division +94 kg (206 lbs)

Street Workout (Unofficial) Records

There are also unofficial streetlifting events that are held in the U.S and in other parts of the world. These events are usually held at gyms or public parks and aren’t overseen by any governing body.

Depending on the rules of these events, athletes will either go for their 1 rep max or go for endurance (AMRAP=as many reps as possible).

Although these feats don’t equate to an official world record, they’re still pretty darn impressive!

Here’s a YouTube video of Catalina Ortega from Chile doing 30 kg (66 lbs) dips for 28 reps. What makes this even more awesome is that she weighs only 49 kg (108 pounds)!

Feeling Inspired Yet?

Something about watching people lift crazy weight makes me want to jump in my car and head to the gym. Hopefully, I’ll have a home gym soon so that I won’t have to drive anywhere to squat. Until then, I’ll just watch these amazing athletes compete with each other.

If you’re feeling just as inspired as I am, the best streetlifting equipment can help get you on your way to setting your own world record.

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