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Muscle Woman’s 2012 Year End Review for Strength Records and Wins!

By: Weber Way to Wellness Reporter

Alicia Weber, World’s Most Prolific Female Record Setter in World History, had her best year to date in 2012 for record setting and wins. Alicia set 205 world records all in strict form exercise events with RecordSetter (and 4 with Book of Alternative Records in Separate categories) in JUST ONE YEAR (2012). Alicia began 2012 with an induction into the Official Pushup Hall of Fame (and only woman inducted in Hall of Fame). Then, she was selected as One of the Top 25 Extreme and Elite Athletes to represent in articles for the mindset of toughness and nutrition for performance. As a premiere fitness trainer, she guided 6 athletes to a total 13 exercise world records. Ending the year, Alicia earned the 6th Most Popular Recordsetter World Record set in the year 2012 (out of 10,313 record set this year!!). Following these accolades, Alicia took 6 victories in elite competition and competed in 4 sports. Alicia’s 2012 athletic highlight was becoming the 10k Beach Running World Champion for the 2nd year in a row enroute to re-setting the course record. In total, Alicia garnered 81 career victories out of 199 competitions and holds 162 world records to date (and set a total of 270 world records that includes records set and re-set). We now look back at the 205 Recordsetter records she set in 2012 and pick out Alicia’s Top 10 Toughest Exercise Records that she set based on level of difficulty, exercise dynamics, and level of conditioning to achieve the record.

Alicia reviews and rates these records from 10 to 1 (toughest record set) and takes into account fans input as well, but Alicia ultimately will know which one is the toughest to set.

Here are Alicia’s Top 10 Toughest Records that she set and holds in the year 2012:

# 10 Fastest Time to Complete 100 Tricep Pushup Freestyle Medley

# 9 Fastest Time to Complete 1 Mile Run and 400 Chest Touching Ground Pushups

# 8 Highest Score in 20 Minute Triple Exercise with “Triple Eggsercise” Challenge

# 7 Highest Non-Stop Climb for an Arms Only Rope Climb in One Minute

# 6 Most Chin Ups for 3, 30, and 60 Minutes Completed in One Bout (setting 3 new records all at once!!)

# 5 Most Consecutive Strict Bar Dips in 5 Minutes

# 4 Fastest Time to Complete 500 Chin Ups and 500 Push Ups

# 3 Fastest Time to Complete 500 Consecutive Reptile-Pushups

# 2 Most Consecutive Reps of Reptile-Pushups in 1 Hour

# 1 Fastest Time to Complete 100m Consecutive Plyometric Alligator Pushups

Congrats to Alicia and we wish her more exciting record setting in 2013!!!


Alicia Weber – Muscle Woman and 2 x World Champion in Running

By: Weber Way to Wellness Reporter

Alicia Weber is a 2 X World Champion in 10k Beach Running and a prolific world record holder in strength, speed, and stamina with 225 world records (and counting).
COCOA BEACH, Fl, October 21, 2012 —-Alicia Weber has done it again – set the course record and won the 10K Beach Running World Championships for the second year in a row! Athletes participated in the World Championship event representing 9 countries and 22 states. Alicia Weber was the overall female winner and was 6th overall out of the men and women. Alicia re-set the course record in a time of 43:53.

Alicia breezed through the finish line feeling great and very happy that she broke the course record by 39 seconds. Alicia exclaimed, “This is my final competition of 2012 and my 6th victory for the year where I competed in 4 sports. I am ending my season on a high note with great excitement over this consecutive world championship victory! I am very happy and thankful!”

Alicia juggles her sports as many as 10 different sports in one year and her competitive season starts in Feb and normally ends in late October or November each year. Competing in sports is not all Alicia does as she also sets strength, speed, and stamina world records throughout the year. So far this year, Alicia set 166 official world records at Recordsetter. This is the most Alicia EVER set in one year and the year is NOT over yet for her record setting…

Alicia is the World’s Most Prolific Strength and Endurance Record Holder that is also a World Champion Athlete – her post-race interview here:

Alicia has excelled in all forms of running from track to road to off terrain and is a former University of Florida track/cross country letter winner. I asked Alicia how does beach running compare to the other forms of running.

Alicia answered, “Beach running is challenging. You don’t know what you will get – beach wind gusts, thick sand, hard packed sand, and even running on a slant the whole time. You need to prepare for it all. Beach running requires extra sessions of feet and leg strengthening to handle the unbalanced sandy surface that challenges each step or your run.”

Alicia Made Headline News at FloridaToday.com and is featured in article and video HERE.

Alicia is a fitness trainer, nutritionist, and multi-sport coach and can be reached at Awinningway@gmail.com


Alicia Weber’s Rise to Rope Climbing and the Gator Nation’s Sport Tradition

By: Weber Way to Wellness Reporter
August 4, 2012

Letter Winning UF runner, Alicia Weber’s rise to rope climbing came accidently at the University of Florida after Alicia graduated. Wouldn’t that be the only natural place to rise in sports considering the Univerisity of Florida’s tradition of producing champion athletes and Olympians?

The University of Florida has an 8m rope that sits beside the track stadium. Rope Climbing is part of the conditioning in many sports and while at University of Florida, Alicia trained in rope climbing to help with her running. Alicia said, “I climbed the rope and didn’t think much about the sport of rope climbing. In fact, I didn’t know there was a sport!!”

The accidental moment came on Oct 14, 2009, when Alicia climbed the rope casually in L-position to shoot a strength video for VideoTeasing as her character – Aussie Amanda. Alicia posted a snippet of the video on youtube as shown below and the responses were huge! Alicia said, “I had all kinds of people writing to me saying that I went faster than world record, while holding a rigid L position when all that is required is the much easier version of the arms only legs dangling rope climb. I was told competitive L-position climbing was abandonded in late 1800’s and the only competitive format is arms only rope climbing. ”

Alicia’s famous video that caused her to Rise to Rope Climbing World Records

Alicia then became acquainted with the sport of rope climbing, and of course, she decided to go for more world records! Alicia got a 22ft Outdoor Climbing Rope and in 2011 she set a half dozen arms only speed climbing records with the Book of Alternative Records and then in 2012, Alicia expanded into setting records with the rigid L position arms only climbs and longer arms only endurance rope climbs with RecordSetter World Records.

If only rope climbing was still an Olympic sport, Alicia would be going for Gold and joining the other 145+ Letter Winning Gator Athletes that have competed in the Olympics, which makes UF the top school for producing Olympians.

During the 2012 London Olympics, Ryan Lochte’s 5th and final medal (silver medal) won in the 200IM marks UF’s 100th Olympic medal won by a Gator Letter Winning Athlete. UF letter winning swimmer, Elizabeth Beisel then took the 101st medal won by a Gator letter winner when she won the bronze medal in the 200m Backstroke (her 2nd individual medal won at Olympics).

Every Olympic year, the Florida Gators keep increasing the # of Olympians and # of medals won. In 2008 at the Beijing Olympics, if the University of Florida (known as Gator Nation) was recognized by the International Olympic Committe as a real nation, it would have tied for 18th for total medals earned in those games!

In 2012, the Gator Nation has a record 37 Gator Athletes competing in the London Games. The two biggest sports represented by Gator Nation are swimming (23 athletes) and track (10 athletes), although fewer athletes are in the other sports (i.e. basketball, tennis, and soccer) they are very strong in everything!

The Gator Nation has reached over 100 Olympic medals won by Letter Winners as of this 2012 London Olympics and starting the medal count when UF won their first medal back in Mexico City 1968 Olympics. They have produced many world records too (maybe too many to keep track of..).

Alicia Weber may not have been born in time to be an Olympian in Rope Climbing (1932 Last Olympics with Rope Climbing), but she CAN be counted in the world record count for the Letter Winning Athletes that have set world records representing Gator Nation.

Alicia Weber alone has set and held over 150 official world records and she should soon see on the radar her BIG 200th world record in strength and endurance!

One thing is certain, the Gator Nation brings their “A Game” and attracts the most determined and dedicated athletes into their sports programs and the results are letter winners that go on to become great champions in life and in sports!

Alicia Weber has preventative health and physical fitness programs for all ages and ability levels in Central Florida and can be reached at Awinningway@gmail.com


Rope Climbing Removed from Olympics, But Sport is Still ALIVE!

BY: Weber Way to Wellness Reporter

If rope climbing was still an Olympic sport, Alicia Weber (multiple Rope Climbing World Record Holder) would be hauling in gold medals for Team USA!!

Rope climbing was contended in the Olympics first in the late 1800’s with the event that is Alicia’s specialty – L position arms only rope climbing. However, given the level of difficulty and too few competitors, the event was changed to arms only rope climbing with legs dangling in 1904 and remained that way thru the 1932 Olympics and then rope climbing was removed all together starting in the 1936 Olympics.

Alicia Weber is one of the few competitors still tackling rope climbing where she has amassed a dozen world records between the Record Books (Book of Alternative Records and RecordSetter World Records).

I ask Alicia what is her motivation to keep rope climbing. Alicia says, “It is very challenging and I like challenges. I get bored with the same old athletic events and rope climbing offers a twist to sports and builds great physical fitness.”

Alicia broke her L-Position Arms Only 12ft Rope Climb record by nearly a full second during the London Olympics. Alicia says, “I got excited watching the Olympics and thought about what it would be like if I was around in the late 1800’s – early 1900’s and could go for Olympic gold – that motivated me to blow away the world record!”

Alicia re-set the 12ft L-Position Rope Climb record that starts in seated position in a time of 3.96 seconds on July 31, 2012. In comparison, female gymnasts take an Elite Physical Fitness Abilities Test and their best in a similar L position climb has been 4.99 seconds and Alicia’s former record for the event was 4.8 seconds.

In Alicia describing her excitement of the physical fitness challenges rope climbing offers, she attempted a totally new type of record combining running with arms only speed rope climbing for the Ultimate Cardio/Strength Workout!

On August 3, 2012, in the Florida 90 degree heat, Alicia attempted the first ever 1500m run with 96ft Arms Only Rope Climb. Alicia climbs 12ft arms only after every other 100m and starts in a seated position and does this for a total of 8 climbs during her 1500m run. She completed the effort in a new benchmark of 7 minutes and 18 seconds.

Alicia Completes 1500m Run with 96ft Arms Only Rope Climb for new record.

With the many physical fitness challenges Alicia tests with rope climbing and her re-setting of world records in speed rope climbing, Alicia is keeping the sport of rope climbing ALIVE and well!

Alicia Weber is an advocate on Physical Fitness and is an exercise instructor and can be reached at Awinningway@gmail.com


Clermont Florida Athletes put Physical Fitness on the Map in 33 Day Challenge!

By Weber Way to Wellness Reporter

Alicia Weber hosted the first ever Physical Fitness Day on the first ever RecordSetter World Record Day on April 28, 2012, where out of 130 world records set from people in 7 countries, Alicia Weber and her 3 fitness trainees put Clermont, Florida, on the map for physical fitness by taking top honors in the April 28th World Event along with the month long May Record Challenge Contest!

On April 28th, 2012, Alicia’s Fitness Trainees took first place for setting the most impressive records, and Alicia Weber took 2nd place.

Alicia Weber's Fitness Trainees won and Alicia Weber took 2nd place on RecordSetter World Record Day for setting the most popular records.

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!!

Hammer Head's neck strength record was 3rd most discussed record out of 360 set in May. Alicia also had three records make top 10 list of Most Discussed.

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 was selected as the Most Impressive Record Setter during this May Record Challenge!

Alicia Weber was voted # 1 Most Impressive Record Setter during the May Record of the Month Challenge. In addition, Alicia earned 4 records in the Top 10 Most Impressive Records for May. Alicia set a total of 26 strength and endurance world records in May, which that alone is a record! However, two of her 26 records made the top 10 list of most talked about records and most impressive records and those are shown here:

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

Alicia Weber Sets 100 World Records in Physical Fitness from Feb 2008 – April 2012

By: Weber Way to Wellness Reporter

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On April 5, 2012, Alicia reached the monumental mark of setting 100 World Records ALL in exercise events except for two of the world records, which are in most different sports by Elite Athlete including…

Alicia Has 2 World Records for Competing in Most Variety of Sports on an Elite Level! Click Above Picture for Sport Listing & Results

Most Sports Competed In at Elite Level with One World Championship Victory (16 Sports)

Most Sports Competed In on Elite Level in One Year (10 Sports)

Starting on February 21, 2008, Alicia set her first world record in most consecutive bar dips in 5 minutes, which she considers her toughest record, which also took the longest for her to break (she finally broke her 1st world record on the Eve of her 100th WR on April 4th, 2012).

Alicia is known for setting and re-setting her own world records. She was a lone Record Breaker in uncharted territory with Book of Alternative Records where she set 60 world records for women’s exercise events from 2008 -2011. In 2008, Alicia became the World’s First Woman to set endurance pull-up and chin-up world records (and then she kept re-setting ALL these records). She didn’t stop there, and in 2009 she set pushup world records, which eventually landed her in the Official Pushup Hall of Fame and the only woman to be inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2012 where she gave special interview. Alicia keeps improving and expanding her physical fitness record base and in 2012 she got noticed and was selected to be one of 25 extreme athletes to reveal secrets on how to stay tough in tough exercises. Alicia stepped up her game in 2012 when she joined Recordsetter.com, where she is able to compete co-ed in unrestricted exercise categories. RecordSetter is world’s fastest growing world record book and competition is co-ed. Alicia has already broken a handful of men’s world records in strength and endurance at Record Setter.

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.”

Alicia's Exclusive Strength Feat Shows

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:

Alicia earned # 1 Most Popular World Record for Feb 2012. In addition her world record for Most Consecutive Knuckle Pushups on Concrete was voted one of the Most Legendary!

Alicia earned # 3 Most popular World Record for April 2012 with World Record for Most Swiss Ball Squats in 1 Minute. This record was also selected for Editor’s Pick.

Alicia earned # 14 Most Popular World Record for April 2012 for her World Record for Fastest Time to Complete 500 Chin-Ups and 500 Push-Ups

Alicia earned # 16 Most Popular World Record for April 2012 for her World Record for Most 3 Med Ball Elevated Leg Pushups in One Minute

Alicia’s Most One Arm Pushups With Egg in Spoon in Mouth Balancing a 10lbs Medicine Ball on Back also earned Editor’s Pick.

In addition, 27 of Alicia’s World Records have made the List for Most Viewed World Records

Finally, 7 of Alicia’s World Records have been picked for the List of Most Popular World Records.

    Here are her 7 Most Popular World Records Based on Viewer Votes in Order of Most Popular First:

1. Most Consecutive Knuckle Pushups on Concrete (click to view)
2. Most Consecutive One-Armed Pushups Holding 10lbs Medicine Ball on Back, while Balancing Egg on Spoon in Mouth (click to view)
3. Most Swiss Ball Squats In One Minute (click to view)
4. Fastest Time to Complete 500 Chin-Ups and 500 Pushups (click to view)
5. Most Pushups on 3 Medicine Balls in One Minute (click to view)
6. Most Consecutive Flying Superman Pushups (click to view)
7. Most Deep Squats in Three Minutes (click to view)

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’s Record Roundup Report for March 1 – 9, 2012

By: Weber Way to Wellness Reporter Click here to visit JD Productions.

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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:

On March 1, 2012, Alicia competes with the men for strength world records on RecordSetter.com and re-set the Most Consecutive One Armed Knuckle Pushup on Concrete.  Alicia sets new record with 44.  Former record was 34 by Derrick Clark.

Alicia Breaking One Armed Knuckle Pushup on Concrete


On March 5-6, 2012, Alicia set two new challenging pull-up world records that test grip strength specifically in addition to the upper body as these records were set using a 10-inch thick bar.

Alicia doing 11 Around the World Pull-Ups on 10-inch thick bar with 10lbs Medicine Ball Held Between Legs for Record


Alicia doing 205 Pull-ups in 30 minutes 3 in 1 Challenge on 10-inch Thick Bar


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


Alicia’s Arms Only L-Position Climb in 4.80 seconds


Alicia’s Arms Only L-Position Climb with 10lbs Ankle Weights 8.95 seconds


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.”


Muscle Woman Breaks 3 Men’s Fitness World Records on Aerobic Capacity Wellness Day

By:  Weber Way to Wellness Reporter

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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.

World Record # 1 – Alicia 55 Situps a Minute


Second, Alicia set a world record for Most 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!


***Dr. Kenneth Cooper, M.D. made the term “aerobics” famous with his ground breaking book Aerobics published in 1968 and his testing of aerobic capacity wellness.  Dr. Cooper invented the 12 minute run and 1.5 mile run tests for aerobic capacity and he has been a life long advocate on aerobics. Regular weekly aerobics has been proven to increase life span and reduce risk of disease.

“Go longer, harder, stronger, faster for the aerobics that get you the fittest!” – Alicia Weber

Alicia Weber’s Aerobic Capacity Wellness World Record for National Heart Health Month!

By:  Weber Way to Wellness Reporter Click here to visit JD Productions.

CLERMONT, FL (Feb 19, 2012)—February is National Heart Health Month and Fitness Expert Alicia Weber is celebrating by establishing and setting a new aerobic capacity wellness benchmark.

Aerobic Capacity Wellness is the direct measurement of one’s cardiovascular fitness.  It’s not just about getting to peak speed, but how long one can hold a peak speed.  Aerobic means “with oxygen” and an individual’s peak capability for delivering oxygen to muscles.  Most people think of aerobics as running, walking, biking, or taking the 1.5 mile run test.  Alicia thinks beyond this picture though.

Alicia studied 30 fitness clients and researched and tested them in hundreds of conditioning exercises over the course of 6-months in 2011 to find the most effective and results-driven exercises for overall physical fitness gains.  Not only did Alicia see results with these exercises, but so did clients as clients in a 6 week period increased arm strength by an average 40 %  and by an average 33% they increased leg strength. Alicia now takes the 4 top conditioning exercises that showed to be the best for overall physical fitness gains and attacks these exercises one after the other in an ALL OUT aerobic capacity wellness challenge, which she calls “400 Rep Aerobic Capacity Wellness Challenge.”  Alicia sets the world record for the fastest to complete this challenge!

Alicia Weber demonstrates Aerobic Capacity Wellness as she holds her heart rate at 95% of her max heart rate for over 20 minutes and performs these multi-dimensional exercises that incorporate the 5 areas of fitness and test aerobic capacity wellness.  Alicia has a very high Vo2max of 67.05 ml/kg/min achieved during her 1.5 mile run test and even in that test her heart rate did not peak as high and as long as it does in this challenge – Just to say how challenging this challenge really is with these 4 exercises!

Alicia Weber’s World Record in 400 Rep Aerobic Capacity Wellness Challenge time 23 mins and 57 seconds!


Alicia Weber captures 6 Extreme Balance Strength World Records in 7 days!

By:  Weber Way to Wellness Reporter Click here to visit JD Productions.

CLERMONT, FL ( Feb 7-14, 2012)—Alicia Weber broke 2 men’s world records and “pushed” to new levels in extreme strength and balance world record challenges as her week of record breaking got tougher each day.  All the following world records are published with Record Setter World Record Book – the world’s fastest growing world record book!  All her records this week involved pushups and balance and a few other additives as you will SEE!

On Feb 7, 2012, Alicia broke for the 4th time her 3 medicine ball pushup world record!  In 2010 she first set the world record with 35 reps in 1 minute, but now she has set the new world record with 52 reps in one minute!

World Record # 1 for Alicia in Strength Balance World Record Challenge Week


On Feb 9, 2012, Alicia broke the men’s world record by 5 reps to set new world record in Most One-armed Hindu Pushups on a Basketball.  Here she sets the record with 13 consecutive reps (although not required by the rules, Alicia holds her rest arm behind her back to hold the strictest standards to make exercise most difficult when performing the exercise).

World Record # 2 for Alicia in Strength Balance World Record Challenge Week

On Feb 10, 2012, Alicia created a new type of balance record, while holding an egg on a spoon in the mouth for the ENTIRE record.  Alicia began with 11 consecutive strict pullups, then with a maximum of 1 min rest allowed (Alicia only rested 38 seconds), she then completed 15 consecutive strict decline one arm pushups with legs only 2 feet apart or less resting on a surface of 18.5 inches high. This record and the ones that follow are inspired by Darryl Learrie – the record holder that made the raw egg famous with his one armed pushups on the raw egg!  This particular record has a tribute to Darryl Learrie in the beginning.

World Record # 3 for Alicia in Strength Balance Challenge Week


On Feb 11, 2012, Alicia did a double record endeavor!  In AM she re-set her Most Consecutive 2 Medicine Ball Tricep Pushup with an Elevated Leg record..completing 25 consecutive reps in 1 minute.  Then, in the PM Alicia broke the men’s world record by going 28 reps over the record for the Most One-armed Pushups, while balancing an Egg on Spoon in Mouth

World Record # 4 for Alicia in Strength Balance Challenge Week

For this record, lower chest (below breast) must touch ball and then end with arms in full extension for a rep to count.  Alicia does 25 consecutive in 1 minute.  Her previous record was 10.


World Record # 5 for Alicia in Strength Balance Challenge Week

Alicia breaks men’s world record and does 50 reps.  The previous record was 22 reps.  Then, the same day Alicia broke the men’s record, a man was in fury to get this record back and did 51 reps to re-claim record.


On Feb 14, 2012, on Valentine’s Day, Alicia showed “she had a lot of heart!”  Alicia “pushed” to a new level and completed her most demanding strength balance challenge of the week!  Alicia invents new record – a spin off from the one she just set, but this time she requires the strictest form and makes it even tougher! Alicia completes the Most Consecutive One-armed Pushups Holding a 10lbs Medicine Ball on Back While Balancing Egg on Spoon in Mouth.  In this record, a rope is also tied around her legs to keep them only 2 feet apart or less.  And guess what she makes it tougher, but SHE DOES EVEN BETTER! She does 59 reps NOW!

World Record # 6 for Alicia in Strength Balance Challenge Week

Alicia enters uncharted territory and completes 59 consecutive one arm pushups in very rare and tough form for world record!


Alicia Weber was inducted in the Official Pushup Hall of Fame in 2012 and here’s what she says on her record week, “Our goal in the Pushup Hall of Fame is to “push” ourselves and others to new levels and get out of our comfort zones.  I did that this week, especially with the egg on spoon in mouth records.  I don’t practice balancing an egg on a spoon in my mouth, I just gave it a go for the first time this week.  The same is true for the hindu pushups.  My conditioning from other pushup/balance training carried over for these particular events.”

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