Loading...

WORLD RECORD Ryan Kennelly benches 1070

1,976,218 views

Loading...

Loading...

Loading...

Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Apr 14, 2008

ryan kennelly benches 1070 new world record

  • Category

  • License

    • Standard YouTube License

Comments • 1,465

ThickBeet
Fully equipped, didn't complete a rep, still a world record. It's like giving points to a golf player for hitting hard enough and missed the goal.
View all 3 replies
Hide replies
lasse maja
His ass isnt on the bench, the ref says press the very millisecond the bar touches his chest and he doesnt complete the lockout. What bogus competition is this? :p
View all 18 replies
Hide replies
Tony Grant
just to even control the down swing, is impressive enough. . And to push it off his chest, is amazing, but rules should aply here. . You need to have complete control over the lift, and be able to lock out and rerack on your own. . But it was a sight to see
View all 2 replies
Hide replies
killa menace
Fail 
Cheapskate
Holy shit @ the ignorance in the comment section!
View reply
Hide replies
4ways2go
I want to actually see someone lift it off the bar and push it back up, a real bench press.
Richard Jackson
he didn't get it. close, but nope!
View reply
Hide replies
StrangeDeimos
i think that didnt count cause he didnt lock out...lets scroll down to see what the rest is thinking
Adrian Bräysy
I don't get the hate. I just see equipped lifting and raw lifting as two different sports. I tried a bench shirt today for the first time, and let me tell you, it's not the magic bullet that automatically makes you a ton stronger. I got 50 lbs out of the one I tried which was a titan single ply shirt, don't remember the exact name. It's not like the shirts actually give you 400 lbs just because you put them on. You actually have to train and become strong IN the shirt! that means, a lot of board pressing and accomodating resistance. to become really good at shirted benching, it requires temendous bar accelleration. Don't get me wrong, I like competing raw a lot more, but I see raw benching as a sport measuring strength off the chest mostly, as well as perfect technique, whereas shirted benching is more a display of bar accelleration. Both kinds of lifters may be strong, but it's a different type of strength.
View all 8 replies
Hide replies
Duncan Hayden
Those straps helped him with so much of the weight he couldn't even straighten his arms before he gripped the bar.
When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

Up next


to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...