Alicia Concluded her 17 Day Track to producing Champions on November 11, 2017, where young men from the Champion Circle Program awaited to do a 45 minute “Mystery Activity.” They were surprised that they competed in a self-esteem booster known as an Archery Fitness Challenge where they officially became ARCHER ATHLETES!! They worked on many skills and excelled in their activity in a timely manner. They learned that in order to develop self-esteem they need to do something and accomplish something. They were all Champions to learn new skills and complete this challenge in only 45 minutes!!
Archery Fitness Challenge Self-Esteem Booster
Alicia Weber re-set her own world record in the 30 minutes of shoulder-width grip chin ups on November 7, 2017, when she did more than 500 (over 50 reps over her previous world record set back on August 10, 2012). She gains great self-esteem when she is able to set, re-set, and re-set her longer more arduous records.
Alicia Weber breaks another record with over 500 reps of proper form chin-ups in 30 minutes!
Alicia captured her 118th overall victory on November 4th, 2017, when she ran a 5k race on packed-sand to raise funds for pediatric cancer. She was over-joyed by the wonderful environment, friends, and new friendly people (and Sandhill Cranes) she met at the event. She had a runner’s high and self-esteem high that day!
Alicia’s 118th Victory!
October 26 – October 31
Nineteen of Alicia’s Archer Athletes would agree that success is achieved in self-esteem building activities. They all took the Qigong Halloween Archery Challenge. Three Teams qualified for the event and they finished in a Wicked Witch nail-biting close match as they took shots to ghost and pumpkin targets.
Top Shots from the Halloween Challenge
Finally, a Big Fan of many years challenged Alicia to an isometric shoulder exercise. Alicia took in the suggestion and created a new type of isometric strength and endurance challenge for Halloween 2017 involving holding two bows and doing lunges on a BOSU. The video reached 2,000+ views in just a few days and has become one of her most popular challenges for this year. Success comes from self-esteem and achievements, which makes people feel secure. Great Achievements make people popular!!!
Alicia’s Halloween Isometric Bow Arm Lunge BOSU Balance Challenge
Last but not least, in order to celebrate Halloween in style, World Record Weber Wonder Woman performed a new Feats of Strength Compilation. She had such a natural high from self-esteem that she had to do a little extra in her cape.
Alicia’s Halloween Feats of Strength Compilation
For archery lessons and/or archery exercise training in the Clermont and Winter Garden Area Contact Alicia at Awinningway@gmail.com
Alicia Weber has been raising the bar in physical fitness for over 20 years as she sets record after record, wins at sports, and develops a champion’s mindset in youths, young adults, and senior citizens alike in a variety of athletic endeavors. Each Year Weber takes her game to a new level.
One of her biggest fans has dubbed her feats of strength “Super Endurance Feats.” Alicia Weber smashed records in an unbelievable fashion this year with both mental and physical toughness. Below are some of her her select Official Recordsetter World Records that fans call “Super Endurance Feats” of 2016.
TOP 6 SELECT SUPER ENDURANCE FEATS OF 2016
SHOWN ABOVE #1 This is probably the most talked about Super Endurance Feat of 2016: The Most Non-Stop Combinations of Leg Lifts and Straight Leg Holds (2,030 leg lifts and 34 minutes of straight leg holds)
SHOWN BELOW #2 After setting and re-setting the 1 hour of pull-up world record over the past 8 years, Weber performed the most pull-ups ever in one hour (out of men and women) with 1,070 strict pull-ups in one hour.
SHOWN BELOW #3 Longest Swiss Ball Cadence Test (31 minutes)
SHOWN BELOW #4 Fastest Time to Complete 300 Thick Bar Pull-ups and run a one mile cross country run (30:46.7) The heat made this record tough…it was 100 degrees out and tough to hold onto the pull-up bar after awhile as skin came off the fingers from the heat.
SHOWN BELOW #5 She smashed the former record by 145 reps!!! The Most 90 Degree Flexed Hang Knee to Elbow Raises in 30 mionutes (620 reps)
SHOWN BELOW #6 This might be more challenging than the above ab exercise even though it is just 15 minutes. This video has the most views out of all six videos. It gives a major burn!!! The Most Consecutive Decline Locked Finger Pushups in 15 Minutes (205 pushups)
As an elite athlete and fitness professional, I achieved my greatest successes to date in 2015 and I look forward to 2016 and helping others exceed their goals!
Professionally, my career highlight came when I worked with Olympic and World Champion sprinters on their quest to make the 2015 World Championships, Pan Am Games, and World Relays Track and Field Teams. The athletes I worked with on P360 Pro Track Team earned many medals at these championships. I was the team licensed massage therapist and stretching coach.
As a world record holder, I set the most strength and endurance world records ever in one year – 220!! My previous best was 205 records in 2012. I am the world’s most prolific physical fitness world record holder. I realized in December that I had the chance to exceed 205 records and I aimed for 210.
I opened the new category – 30 Minute consecutive Spiderman Pushups at Recordsetter where I completed 511 reps on December 29.
On Christmas, I broke two challenging one arm pushup records (one of which took 5 attempts before re-setting it).
On the last day of the year, I attempted to reclaim my 3 minute arms held out deep squat record (which an ultra athlete Frenchman currently holds), but I fell short. However, I kept going to open some new categories. At the strike of midnight, I was overjoyed when I saw the realization that I exceeded my goal and set 220 records in one year!!
As an athlete, I finally won my first SUP race of my career in my 7th race! I took over 20 minutes off my 3 mile time and finished in 35 minutes in the intracoastal waterways of Englewood, Florida. I won my 3rd Beach Running Championship title in May and I became the only male or female to win the championship three times. I competed in three sports in 2015 (beach running (off terrain running), SUP racing, and fitness challenge events).
Welcoming 2016, I look forward to the kids, adults, and seniors joining my archery fitness league, athletic camps, and clinics. I look forward to working with my new students in learning to stand up paddle board. I am looking forward to covering a lot of unique stories on this website in 2016 and offering innovative advertising and marketing services to those interested.
The best way to get healthy and stay healthy is by taking charge of your health. Now, a new and improved wellness program is available in Central Florida. Weber takes her education, over 15 years of work experience, and her athletics and formulates an affordable program. In addition, she takes her 16 sports she has competed on the elite level and over 350 strength and endurance world records and she designed a specialty sports program for all ages and ability levels. Discounted personal training, massage therapy and over 20 specialty programs are available at 15 percent off the regular price.There is no membership fee and no contract!!
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This comprehensive wellness program includes specialty programs in sports nutrition, multi-sport coaching, private swim lessons, paddle board, archery, and MORE!!
Alicia, an elite SUP Racer set her first paddle board speed world record on November 24, 2013. She offers paddle board fitness training (with board rentals available) at Clermont Waterfront Park in Lake Minneola.
Watch her set her first paddle board speed record on the 1k course on Lake Minneola, Florida.
Contact Alicia for questions and enrollment in the Weber Way to Wellness Program at Awinningway@gmail.com
My clients call the knee tuck the toughest ab exercise and there is good reason to call it that – it works balance and it is a total core training exercise PLUS go for endurance and one will find it tests leg strength (psoas major m., hip flexors, and quadriceps). Keep working at it and churn your way to more than 6 pack abs, but bullet proof abs!!
My clients keep improving their knee tucks as my one 60 year old female client set an all time best of 60 consecutive knee tucks the day after I demolished two knee tuck world records.
The knee tuck exercise is a competitive exercise category at RecordSetter World Records and I attempted to break 2 knee tuck world records in the same day. I began with the 5lbs Ankle Weighted Knee Tuck Record (with 5lbs Ankle Weights on both ankles). I had to go over 103 consecutive reps to break the current world record. I went thru several rounds to get into the rhythm as no pauses are allowed, so balance and control are very important. After 4 attempts, I finally broke the world record with 120 consecutive…One down and another to go!!
One and a half hours later, I returned to attempt to break the bodyweight only consecutive knee tuck record, which is 310 reps. I kept going, and going, and finally my foot touched the ground and the attempt had to end at 311 reps. Unsatisfied with only being 1 rep over the record, I regrouped and returned 2 hours later with a more focused frame of mind for an exercise that requires great concentration and control…the RESULT: 402 consecutive reps – demolishing the former record!!
Below are the back-to-back Knee Tuck RecordSetter Record Videos. The weighted Record first followed by the Bodyweight only. Keep watching – at the end there’s 2 minutes of Flexing!! Enjoy!!
*Looking for a trainer to get you 6 pack abs in Central Florida? If so, Alicia can get your abs in top shape and she can be reached at Awinningway@gmail.com
On April 28th, 2012, Alicia’s Fitness Trainees took first place for setting the most impressive records, and Alicia Weber took 2nd place.
Alicia said, “The April 28th event was momentum for us as we went into May as the competition became stiffer and we were competing among 360 records for top honors.”
The Record of the Month contest operates similar to ‘Dancing with the Stars’ as Judges vote and so do viewers for the most impressive records.
Alicia added, “You need to think about creativity, level of difficulty, and viewer interest when setting records to stay on top, which also includes re-setting your own popular records.”
Cherie, Alicia’s Fitness Trainee, set a popular leg endurance record for over 80 year olds on World Record Day and then came back to re-set it 2 and half weeks later! Cherie said, ” I want to inspire people and let them know that they don’t need to let age or a health condition get in the way! Just try!”
Alicia said, “Cherie does more than try and she has the winning mindset. The record she set may look easy, but it is quite difficult and a lot of young fit people can’t even go for a minute in this exercise let alone nearly 2 minutes, like what Cherie did!”
The Hammer Head set a unique neck strength record that created a lot of rumpus that landed him in the top 10 for most impressive records set for May and he had the 3rd most talked about record out of all records set in this time period!!
Alicia said, “Exercise is about innovation. If someone thinks exercise is confined to certain weights in a gym or movements, then they will have a lot to learn (especially if they train under my tutelage). Hammer Head demonstrated exercise innovation in his neck strength world records, which are exercises he created that have helped him avoid neck injuries through the years of his contact sports.”
Alicia’s Fitness Trainee’s took 1st place out of 130 world records set on April 28th and 3rd place out of 360 world records set in the May Record Challenge which ended on May 31st. Roxann was the third trainee that helped keep the group performing on top! Roxann set 2 world records in track running for women over age 70 within 15 months after a total hip replacement.
Alicia said, “Roxann’s determination keeps her going. She has the right attitude to execute and keep lowering her marks.”
Alicia won 4th place overall out of 360 world records for most impressive set by an individual record setter – Most Egg on Spoon in Mouth Conescutive Pull-Ups in One Minute
This record was first set on World Record Day and was Most Popular Record for that event and featured record on May 1-3 and then Alicia re-set it 2 and half weeks later and it once again topped the charts! – Fastest 400m Medley
Alicia Weber is an innovative results-driven physical fitness trainer in Central Florida and can be reached at Awinningway@gmail.com
CLERMONT, FL—Alicia Weber already achieved 100 world records in physical fitness, but keeps going. I ask her what her motivation is and she replied, “I have over 600+ muscles in my body and I need to keep them ALL in top working order! I always have looked at the total picture in physical fitness. I keep improving and I have A LOT more goals.”
All Clermont Athletes Made Frontpage of Recordsetter.com as they earned votes and views to become Most Popular World Records! Hammer Head’s Neck Strength World Records took 4th and 13th place, 81 yr old Cherie took 5th place, Roxann’s running records took 11th and 16th places, and Alicia took 1st place!
Alicia kicked off her event at the National Training Center Track where she completed the Alternative 400m Dash a.k.a 400m Medley where she shaved 11 seconds off her previous best time to garner the first world record of this eventful day on April 28, 2012.
Alicia’s Record Setting Alternative 400m Dash a.k.a 400m Medley Record video is BELOW
Alicia Weber’s Alternative 400m Medley Run Made #1 Most Popular World Record on frontpage of recordsetter.com on May 1, 2012!
Next, Roxann Steinke, 71, put her best foot forward on the track and took home 2 world records for over age 70 track running events within 15 months after a total hip replacement. Roxann said, “I’m happy that I ran my fastest 3,200m ever and I faired well in the 5k, which was run in the heat of the day. I don’t compete on the track, so this is a new experience.” Roxann keeps improving her running times. Within the first 70 days of 2012, she reduced her 5k time by 3 minutes. Since, then (63 days later) Roxann has reduced her time another 2 minutes and 18 seconds. Her best time (as of April 2012) has been 56:37 for a 5k road race. Roxann proves you can get faster as you get older even with a full hip replacement!!
Roxann’s Record Setting 3,200m enroute to 5,000m for over age 70 within 15 months after total hip replacement surgery
Cherie has been specifically wanting to build her leg endurance, but if you work with Alicia you need to work on everything!! Alicia picked the exercise of Most Consecutive Cone Pick Ups, While Holding an Isometric Lunge as it is performed on a grass surface and involves a wide-range of disciplines including leg endurance, core strength, flexibility, quadricep and hip flexor muscle groups, AND BALANCE!! Who said people as they get older lose balance?? Cherie’s balance keeps improving and she is more “balanced” in her Golden Years than ever!
Cherie’s Record Setting over age 80 Most Consecutive Cone Pick Ups, While Holding Isometric Lunge
Balancing careers as a competitive athlete in contact sports, marine, and a cop in some of the toughest crime areas has sent this over age 50 guy known as “Hammer Head” into secret hiding to develop his neck muscles to become the strongest to hold up in contact sports and confrontation! Alicia was surprised when “Hammer Head” revealed he had been hiding away for 35 years building his neck and wished to set a world record in neck strength. Alicia thought the purpose of his mission for the big, strong neck was so that it would be too big to strangle! Alicia learned otherwise!
The “Hammer Head” said, “Having a strong neck helps in contact sports and I have been training it for 35 years to prevent injuries and help with preventing concussions and other neck issues that arise from police work.” Hammer Head’s secret neck exercises are called “Front Head Presses” and “Back of Head Presses” and he shows they work as he also set 2 world records in both events (one after the other on RecordSetter World Record Day)!
Hammer Head’s Record Setting Most Consecutive Front Head Presses for over age 50 (120 lbs)
Hammer Head’s Record Setting Most Consecutive Back of Head Presses for over age 50 (150lbs)
Closing out the eventful first ever Physical Fitness Day, Alicia picked an one-of-a-kind exercise that stands out as the world’s toughest type of dip – Ring L Position Dips. Alicia said, “What makes this exercise so tough is the element of flexibility and strength as the legs have to be held straight out together and kept parallel to ground entire time. I first set this world record in 2010 with another record book, and I am ecstatic to improve and re-set this record and open the category now at RecordSetter!”
Alicia’s Record Setting Most Consecutive Ring L Dips in One Minute
I ask Alicia on her thoughts of the Inaugural RecordSetter World Record Day and she said, “I am thrilled to be part of a ground breaking event and instill physical fitness in the community! These were all very serious physical fitness records and everyone had been working toward these goals and achieving them is exhilarating!”
Alicia can be reached at Awinningway@gmail.com for a wellness consultation.
On April 5, 2012, Alicia reached the monumental mark of setting 100 World Records ALL in exercise eventsexcept for two of the world records, which are in most different sports by Elite Athlete including…
Alicia says, “At RecordSetter I get out of my comfort zone and I have enjoyed the male opposition. I have entered their territories to test myself in exercise categories I wouldn’t normally do and I am becoming an even better overall athlete for having the opportunity for this kind of challenge. I am happy about the good sportsmanship, creativity, but toughness in exercise categories, and ability to grow as a serious record breaker. This is only possible at Recordsetter.com.”
One fan that has been following Alicia’s record setting, since the start exclaims, “Now, that Alicia is at RecordSetter.com it has been very exciting to watch her dueling the men in the disciplines they are more into like plyometrics and short raw strength records. Alicia has jumped in their arena to challenge them and has taken the records. Before RecordSetter.com we only saw Alicia setting records far above anyone’s endurance and then keep testing her limits by re-setting her own records, which was exciting. But now that she is at RecordSetter, we see all angles of Alicia’s competitiveness and it is most exciting!”
In total, Alicia holds world records in 65 different categories of exercises. Alicia set 100 physical fitness world records from February 21, 2008 – April 5, 2012 (and she has re-set some of her records as many as 5 times!).
Alicia is now exclusively setting world records with RecordSetter World Record Book. She has so far set an additional 40 world records there to bring her record count to 100 as of April 5, 2012.
RecordSetter World Record Book has contests and awards and recognizes Top Record Breakers. It is very fair as all records require full documentation (i.e. record videos, etc) that are made public for viewing and public can judge on records also. Some records that are very different or need additional verification may go into a review panel discussion where the record setter might be questioned and then the questions and answers go into “Weigh In” where the public and judges weigh in on the statements and the verification process is extended as Alicia experienced in her final 2 records rounding her 100 count, but this is just a plus in why RecordSetter plays fair.
Alicia says, “It means a lot more when people can go in and read the rules for a record and then watch the entire record video, rather than see a name and statistic in a book. In addition, anyone can go in and see the entire record progressions for a Current World Record. RecordSetter has the legitimate and true way to present, set, and keep records. Anyone who is a serious record setter would want to be at RecordSetter.com. Another plus is you will know if your record is approved in 1-3 business days on average.”
Since Alicia made the switch to RecordSetter on Jan 12, 2012, her world records have earned top accolades (her records selected out of over 13,000 for honorable mentions) include the following:
This rounds out the review of Alicia’s 100 world records and what do you think Alicia will be doing next? Well, I suggest you stay tuned to Alicia’s record setting by following her here as I am sure more world records are on the way…
Alicia being a Pisces is known to swirl around in different directions. Alicia particularly swirls around in different directions in extreme strength and stamina disciplines. This early March 2012, Alicia shows her varying strength abilities with some very unique and arduous world records. We will take a look at Alicia’s new Record Setter World Records from March 1 -9 below:
Finally, on March 9, 2012, Alicia achieved the highest height climbed in 1 minute with arms only nonstop climbing! Alicia climbed 32.46 meters (106.5 ft) in 1 minute with arms only with no rest. Alicia’s rope climbing day continued as she then set speed records in the fastest L-Position arms only climb for 12ft in 4.80 seconds followed by the fastest time in L-Position with 10lbs ankle weights for the 12ft arms only climb in 8.95 seconds.
Alicia climbing highest height in 1 minute nonstop with arms only – 32.46 meters
Now, I ask Alicia which of these records stand out for her as being the most difficult. Alicia replies, “Each one has its own unique element of difficulty. They have their own kind of mental and physical toughness. It is hard to say which is the most difficult. They were all very difficult as they were the first times I set all these records in these categories.”
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CLERMONT, FL (Feb 21, 2012)—Alicia Weber set aside Feb 21 during National Heart Health Month for Aerobic Capacity Wellness Day where she attacked 3 men’s world records and the result: 3 New world records in Record Setter World Record Book. The 3 records tested peak speed and they were all very different, but aerobic capacity wellness can be discussed with all of them. Aerobic Capacity Wellness is a person’s peak capability for delivering oxygen to muscles and the amount of oxygen and speed of delivery determines how fast someone can exercise. We will look at the element of aerobic capacity wellness in Alicia’s 3 new world records and compare peak speed and max heart rate achieved for these exercise world records.
First, testing peak speed, Alicia set the world record for Most Situps in One Minute. Now, aerobic capacity refers to “with oxygen” and exercises with deep breathing and Alicia showed that not too much deep breathing was needed to set this world record as her heart rate only reached 120 bpm for the 55 situps in a minute. Situps work smaller muscles and in particular back extensor muscle strength is mandatory more so than strong abs. If back extensor strength is weak, one can risk injury. Hip flexors are invloved with situps as well as rectus abdominus m.. Due to smaller muscles working, even though peak speed was achieved, heart rate remains on the lower spectrum of aerobic capacity wellness.
Second, Alicia set a world record forMost Consecutive One-Legged Jump Rope Jumps in 30 Seconds where Alicia once again reached peak speed with 85 one leg jumps. Now, even though this exercise was only 30 seconds in length, Alicia’s heart rate reached 150 bpm. One legged jump rope jumping is more aerobic, works larger muscles, requires coordination and balance, and therefore the heart rate will go UP. This exercise is rated on the higher end of the aerobic capacity wellness spectrum.
World Record # 2 – Alicia 85 one-legged jumps jump rope 30 seconds
Third, Alicia set the world record for the Most Consecutive Clapping Pushups with Feet Off the Ground as she completed 54 reps in 50 seconds. In this exercise, Alicia once again reached peak speed with the highest heart rate achieved for the day for an exercise at 170 bpm. This exercise is the most aerobic and is rated on the highest end of the spectrum for aerobic capacity wellness. These plyometric pushups produce fast, rapid, and powerful movements that ignite the cardiovascular and nervous systems. This exercise has the most going on and has the highest force of muscular contractions due to rapid loading and contractions of muscles from the plyometric nature.
World Record # 3 – Alicia 54 Plyometric Clapping Pushups
We can now see the different exercises at peak speed and their aerobic capacity elements, but one must remember the REAL test in aerobic capacity is holding peak speed for a LONG Duration. Having a maximum effort expended for a duration as long as you can go at peak capability and executing multi-dimensional exercises (plyometrics, large and small muscles group aerobics, aerobic strength, and neuromuscular movements) is the REAL test for high-end aerobic capacity wellness. This is why Alicia’s “400 Rep Aerobic Capacity Wellness Challenge” world record set on Feb 19, 2012, would be on the highest end of the aerobic capacity wellness spectrum as Alicia had a heart rate of 180 bpm and higher and held it for 23 minutes and 57 seconds.
Alicia’s World Record set on Feb 19, 2012 “400 Rep Aerobic Capacity Wellness Challenge” reaching 95% max heart rate!