How Dianne Won Her First Deadlift Competition at 71 Years Of Age

 

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How Dianne Won Her First Deadlift Competition at 71 Years Old. Dianne Shay, a 71-year-old grandmother and retired banker, attended her first powerlifting competition in September 2017. She wasn’t there to cheer on a friend or one of her children; she was there to. How Dianne Won Her First Deadlift Competition at 71 Years Old Dianne Shay, a 71-year-old grandmother and retired banker, attended her first powerlifting competition in September 2017.

She wasn’t there to cheer on a friend or one of her children; she was there to. Jan 7, 2018 Dianne Shay, a 71-year-old grandmother and retired banker, attended her first powerlifting competition in September 2017. She wasn’t there to cheer on a. 71-year-old Hungarian powerlifter Janos Fabri set a new world record by deadlifting 260.5 kilograms (574 pounds) at the Men’s and Women’s Masters World Powerlifting Championships in Estonia. How Dianne Won Her First Deadlift Competition at 71 Years Old. by Danny Bonvissuto. November 28, 2017.

Dianne Shay, a 71-year-old grandmother and retired banker, attended her first powerlifting competition in September 2017. She wasn’t there to cheer on a friend or one of her children; she was there Read More. After years of lifters hitting 800-900+lb deadlifts, the 1,000 lb seal was finally broken.

In 2006, Andy Bolton became the first man to pull over the 1k mark, and hit a 1,003 lb deadlift in. He has competed since 1978 and as recent as 2018. His 40 years of competition has taken him around the world including two trips to Russia.

Most noted for a big deadlift, Big Jim has pulled a best 772. More notable numbers include deadlifting 705 at 71 years old and 755 at 60 years old. A big personality with a strong desire to succeed. 11 year old, 66lbs Etta Nichols (Http://www.instagram.com/Ponytailsandbarbells ) deadlift 143lbs more than 2 times her body weight to break the American Re.

Grandma’s got guns! Meet the 77-year-old 105lb woman who can dead lift more than twice her own weight Willie Murphy from Rochester, New York, has won. If your goal is to compete in powerlifting, I still recommend using the Old Man Routine for a year to bring up your lifting numbers.

In the past 11 months, I have raised my bench press from 175 to 300, my squat from 225 to 415, and my deadlift from 345 to 495. Train heavy.

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During her first competition in 1975—which she had to petition to be allowed to take part in, since there were no contests for women—she broke a Guinness World Record for the two-hand deadlift that had stood strongfor fortynine years, picking up 394.5 pounds.

“Strong Like Her: A Celebration of Rule Breakers, History Makers, and Unstoppable Athletes” by Haley Shapley, Sophy Holland
from Strong Like Her: A Celebration of Rule Breakers, History Makers, and Unstoppable Athletes
by Haley Shapley, Sophy Holland
Gallery Books, 2020

In her 70s, Murphy decided to compete in powerlifting and now trains three times a week at her local gym.

“Exercise and Physical Activity for Older Adults” by Danielle R. Bouchard
from Exercise and Physical Activity for Older Adults
by Danielle R. Bouchard
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2020

In women’s gymnastics a smiling 17-year-old Olga Korbut, measuring 1.55 metres and weighing 38 kilos, won the gold on the beam, but her favorite routine on the bars went wrong and she landed on the floor, at which she broke down and wept in front of the cameras.

“Sports around the World: History, Culture, and Practice [4 volumes]: History, Culture, and Practice” by John Nauright
from Sports around the World: History, Culture, and Practice [4 volumes]: History, Culture, and Practice
by John Nauright
ABC-CLIO, 2012

At age 17, the blond goofyfooter won the 2001 Quiksilver World Grommet Titles, held in Bali, beating future world pro tour champion Sofia Mulanovich; Georgeson (5′ 6″, 125 pounds) had by then developed into a fast, composed, often dazzling surfer, with an especially strong backhand.

“The Encyclopedia of Surfing” by Matt Warshaw
from The Encyclopedia of Surfing
by Matt Warshaw
Harcourt, 2005

She started with a bronze medal in the Women’s 4at the 2005 FISA U23 World Rowing Championships.

“Racing Weight: How to Get Lean for Peak Performance” by Fitzgerald Matt
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By age sixteen she was able to demolish much older competitors, and became New Zealand Under-22 Champion.

“A History of New Zealand Women” by Barbara Brookes
from A History of New Zealand Women
by Barbara Brookes
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She adopted weightlifting advice from the new world record holder in the men’s 100 meters, Ben Iohnson of Canada.

“African American Lives” by Henry Louis Gates Jr., Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham
from African American Lives
by Henry Louis Gates Jr., Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham
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On the back extension machine she started with one set of 5 repetitions with 30 lb (14 kg) of resistance in a very limited range.

“Clinical Exercise Physiology” by Jonathan K. Ehrman, Paul M. Gordon, Paul S. Visich, Steven Keteyian
from Clinical Exercise Physiology
by Jonathan K. Ehrman, Paul M. Gordon, et. al.
Human Kinetics, 2009

I can still win with only 70 per cent of my muscles,”20 which, to me, implies that she was competing at lower testosterone levels but also demonstrates that she deals with the same mental issues as other inconsistent athletes.

“Sporting Gender: The History, Science, and Stories of Transgender and Intersex Athletes” by Joanna Harper, David Epstein
from Sporting Gender: The History, Science, and Stories of Transgender and Intersex Athletes
by Joanna Harper, David Epstein
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2019

At sixty years old,itwas her first bicycle tour, though the previous night she’d made a point of telling us she’d been training for threemonths, swimming every day, and hadonce done a seventy­five­mile bikeride.

“The Masked Rider: Cycling in West Africa” by Neil Peart
from The Masked Rider: Cycling in West Africa
by Neil Peart
Ecw Press, 2010

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  • Have you seen the vid with eddie the beast were he was doing that science study on musile mass he did a sciencetifly callbrated deadlift and he end up repeatedly lifting 700kgs

  • Hey Lauren! I know it’s probably a ‘no shit, Sherlock…’ question, but did you do a water cut into the meet? That would definitely exacerbate cramping

  • FYeah!!!
    You have me feeling so inspired!
    Seeing a female do something so powerful and yet still be so feminine ������
    Rock on lady!

  • Brilliant Lifting Lauren Especially for a ‘Newbie’! #allroundathlete
    We all Hope to see you Rock The Platform again!

    Big Love Team Rutherford 😉

  • First off I can’t stop binge watching this channel. Another thing you guys are hilarious. Like possibly funnier than most channels that lift and get after it.

  • QUESTION. Does the bar weight/thickness differ for females and males in Powerlifting Competitions? If so, how much does the bar weigh for females in official powerlifting competitions? Thank you!

  • Been watching your vids for almost a year. Never subscribed until now. Watching tom try his best with his good humor is really motivating. I’ve started weight lifting because of you two and even though you probably won’t see this I really appreciate your content. Thank you guys and hope you’re both doing well in these tough times.

  • Tom you have fkin beefed up man! I swore off youtube for a while and just came back and holy crap! I was stoked when the channel turned into Juji & Tom and man this is friggen epic! Good for you bro! You’re turning into a monster!

  • Hey juji…. I have experience exact type of tendonitis in the forearm that you’re talking about. And I to just like you used to wait and just let it rest until it felt better. Now I use a 3 inch steel pipe. And I roll out my forearm. There are multiple techniques on the internet that show you how to do it on your own. It changed the healing rate from weeks to just a few days. Not a foam roller not a plastic roller it needs to be a metal pipe. And it is going to hurt really really really really bad when you roll it out. But it makes it go away so fast. and take I also take six times the recommended dosage of L-glutamine when it happens. Huge difference

  • Enjoyed getting to see you compete. I can’t imagine the pressure that is added when EVERYONE is staring at you and cheering you on. Must get quite intense! Hope to see more competitions of you in the future and I would love to hear the difference between bikini/powerlifting competitions. Thanks for sharing and inspiring us all!

  • A big well done Lauren ������ I just wanted to say that you have been such an inspiration to me to start powerlifting and now I’ve been training for over 4 months �� I’ve got my first powerlifting comp coming up in 2 weeks time and I’m like a bit nervous because I’m only 16 and like there will be mainly all adults there but after watching this video has made me just feel even more excited for it and I just can’t wait to smash some pbs ����

  • RESPECTFUL QUESTION… Why do powerlifters (for this type of lift) use such an over-exaggerated wide stance when they lift? It looks like they are lifting mostly from the groin, rather than from the bigger leg muscles. How are nuts and ovaries not popped???!!!
    Thank you.

  • I love it! You’re like the better version of me exactly the same height and I almost hit the same number on lifts, but I’m a few kg heavier. You motivate me so so so much to improve �� Ps. Have you tried oly weightlifting? I would love to see a video where you try it with a coach!

  • Bro those squats and deads were way too easy for u�� great job, i bet you had an extra 20 lbs in both of those lifts bro. It may be just me but that bench seemed like a long ass time for that last pause lol! Keep up the good work

  • Can I just point out that he did this DOUBLE OVERHAND WITHOUT STRAPS!? Good grip strength my guy, that is what impressed me the most.

  • You Tom my man hook me up with that watch its fire,where did you get it?what brand is it?(im not beeing sarcastic i really like it)