Earlier this year, two athletes shattered the world record for the most pull-ups in 24 hours!
At a Relay for Life event in Fairfax County, Virginia, Andrew Shapiro set the male world records for the most pull-ups in six hours, the most pull-ups in 12 hours, and the most pull-ups in 24 hours.
During the challenge, the junior in high school reached a staggering total of 7,306 pull-ups!
Watch Shapiro’s incredible achievement below:
Video credit: Allen Shapiro
Experienced world-record breaker, Eva Clarke, set three world records for the most pull-ups performed by a female in six hours, in 12 hours, and in 24 hours.
Clarke, who holds the world records for the most knuckle push-ups in one hour and in 24 hours, pulled her chin above the bar a grand total of 3,737 times in 24 hours!
Watch Clarke’s record-breaking 3,737 reps:
Video credit: Guinness World Records
How does your pull-up record compare? Leave a comment below with your current pull-up numbers and your goals!
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