By: Alicia Weber Click here to visit JD Productions.
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I was first nicknamed “The Machine” in high school when I would run and win cross country races and track and field races from sprint to long distances. I became a 2 x All-American in the 10,000 meters, while in high school at Junior Nationals and I medaled at National Championships in events from 1,500m -10,000 meter runs and 5k cross country. The nickname of “The Machine” continues as I have over 400 world records in strength, speed, and endurance, and I am a professional fitness trainer.
I graduated from University of Florida where I was a letter winner in Track and Cross Country. I have B.S. degrees in Biology and Communication. I was then in a Doctorate of Physical Therapy program to expand my specialty of aquatic therapy. My clients also refer to me as “The Machine” as I train with each and every one of them to motivate them. When I am not training people, I am training myself in world record setting or training for the 17 sports I compete in on an elite level. I am really W-I-L-D about exercise and physical fitness!!!
I must warn you though – I do have an alter ego and I get the urges at times to get off the athletic field and get ON STAGE! I have been an entertainer for a variety of acts for years! I am most known for my “One Woman Shows” where I combine “character comedy” with strength feats! I perform Live and I have a line of shows here. Here’s a preview of my 7 character comedy show.
My creative energies carry over into other areas as well. I am an author, illustrator, and poet. I published my first book on marine biology and my second book on physical fitness is found here. You can learn more about me as the athlete here and as the fitness professional here.
Now, let’s crank the engine and see what a human performance machine can do…Below are my world records in over 27 categories of exercises (the exercise world records are listed alphabetically). I keep re-setting my own records and I garner new ones.
* NOTE: Starting in 2012, I am setting world records exclusively with RecordSetter.com, the world’s fastest growing world record book where I also compete with men for overall world records. I set over 50 world records for women with The Book of Alternative Records from 2008 -2011 – those records are listed below. CLICK HERE for Alicia’s RecordSetter World Records.
VERY IMPORTANT: Below are my 60+ entries in the Book of Alternative Records from 2008-2011. I will continue these categories now at RecordSetter, so to stay up with the latest records visit me at www.recordsetter.com/user/aliciaweber
– Chin Ups –
(Rules: only use steel straight bar with palm toward you grip, 3 cameras (front, side, chin view), start in dead hang with arms in full extension then chin clearly seen over bar with no leg movements for a rep to count)
Chin Ups , 60-minutes Current Record 760 Aug 10, 2012, Clermont, Fl, Former Record 680 reps Feb 27, 2010 Clermont, FL
Former Record 535 reps Dec 19, 2008
Chin Ups, 30-minutes Current Record 445 Aug 10, 2012, Clermont, Fl, Former Record 432 reps Dec 11, 2011, Former Record 399 reps Sept 23, 2009 Clermont, FL
Former Record 297 reps Dec 19, 2008
Chin Ups, 3-minutes Current Record 76 Aug 10, 2012, Former Record 75 reps Dec 11, 2011, Former Record 69 Aug 7, 2011 Clermont, FL Former Records 66 reps Feb 13, 2010, 61 reps on Sept 8, 2009, and 57 reps on Dec 7, 2008
Chin Ups, 1-minute Current Record 38 reps, Dec 11, 2011 36 reps Aug 7, 2011 Clermont, FL Former Records 35 reps Feb 23, 2010, and 33 reps July 21, 2008
*Consecutive Chin Ups 30 reps May 27, 2010 (this record was set less than 20 minutes after setting a 1-minute Pull Up World Record and a Consecutive Pull Up world record see 45 Minute World Record for details)
– Deep Squats –
Deep Squats, 3-minutes Current Record 167 March 29, 2012 In Clermont, Fl Former Record 161 November 12, 2011 Former Record 152 reps (rules: arms are held out, knees bend and break parallel on each rep) Sept 14, 2010 VIDEO
– Dips –
(Rules: use steel bar and arms start & end in full extension. Lower and stay vertical as elbows break parallel for a rep to count.)
*Dips, parallel bar Using a steel bar I performed the most dips in 5 minutes for 75 reps. I also performed the 75 dips consecutively. I was awarded two world record certificates – one for the most performed in 5-minutes and another certificate for the most consecutive dips by the Book of Alternative Records Feb 21, 2008 in Clermont, FL
*Dips, 1-minute weighted with 45lbs extra (2o kilos) held by feet 18 reps Sept 27, 2009 in Clermont, Fl (This record has been verified by The Book Of Alternative Records, but not published because they were not interested in opening this category) VIDEO
Exercise Challenge Events Click HERE for World Record Exercise Challenge Details
“Extreme Exercise Challenge Week” where 5 world records were set August 7-13, 2011 (4 were set in 18 minutes!! on Aug 7)
“1hr Rope Climbing (Arms Only) Extravaganza” where 3 world records were set in 1 hr on April 9, 2011
“Aerobic Capacity Wellness Week and a Half” where 2 world records were set Jan 30-Feb 8, 2011
“1 Year Strength, Speed, and Endurance World Record Challenge” setting a record 24 WR’s from short to long duration in 2010
“World Record Weber Week” where 5 World Records were set Sept 11-Sept 17, 2010
“The 45 Minute Maximum Strength World Record” where 5 world records were set Many 27, 2010
“11 Physical Fitness World Records and 2 Rare Strength Feats in 33 DAYS (covering 5 areas of physical fitness) Feb 6-March 9, 2010
-Hopping on 1 Leg-
(Rules: this is an alternative track event where you use the same leg to hop a certain distance on a track)
1 leg hopping, 100m 23.7 seconds on April 10, 2011 in Clermont, Florida
– Jump Rope (single-foot speed) –
Jump Rope Skipping, single foot I achieved the record for the fastest rope-skipping on a single foot. I skipped 77 times in 30 seconds and 449 times in 3 minutes. *Although not required by the rules, I used a skipping rope weighing 0.68kg (1.5 lbs) which made the attempt even more difficult. Set inClermont, FL on Feb 28, 2010 SPEED JUMP ROPE DEMO VIDEO WITH A WORKOUT
– Jump Rope Running a.k.a. Rope Skipping –
Jump Rope Skipping, 400m Current Record I ran the 400m while rope-skipping in 1:18 on Sept 11, 2010 around the National Training Center Track in Clermont, Florida Former Record 1:19 on Feb 21, 2010 VIDEO
Jump Rope Skipping, 800m I ran the 800m while rope skipping in 2:57 on Sept 11, 2010 around the National Training Center Track in Clermont, FL. *Although not required by the rules, I used a skipping rope weighing 0.68kg (1.5lbs) which made the attempt even more difficult for these jump rope running events.
Jump Rope Skipping, 1609 meter ( 1 mile on track) Current Record 6:33 for 1 mile on track in Clermont, Florida
– One Arm Pushups –
(Rules: on hard surface same arm used whole time and it must come parallel to the ground or break 90 degrees, legs stay straight and only shoulder level or less apart)
One-arm pushups, 10- minutes Current Record with Recordsetter.com 180 See Record Video Clermont, Fl, Former Record 131 reps Sept 17, 2010, Former Record 105 reps March 6, 2010 VIDEO DEMO
– Pull Ups –
(Rules: only use steel straight bar with palm away grip, 3 cameras (front, side, chin view), start in dead hang with arms in full extension then chin clearly seen over bar with no leg movements for a rep to count)
Pull Ups, 60-minutes Current Record 721 reps Feb 6, 2010 Clermont, FL
Former Record 560 reps on Dec 13, 2010
Pull Ups, 30-minutes Current Record 419 reps Jan 30, 2011 Clermont, FL DETAILS & VIDEO
Former Records 398 reps on Feb 6, 2010, 389 reps on July 28, 2009, and 345 reps on Dec 13, 2008
Pull Ups, 3-minutes Current Record 74 reps Aug 7, 2011 Clermont, FL Former Records 67 reps July 28, 2009,
57 reps on July 20, 2008
Pull Ups, 1-minute Current Record 39 reps on Aug 7, 2011 Clermont, FL Former Records 37 reps on May 27, 2010, 34 reps on July 28, 2009, and 31 reps on July 31, 2008
*Consecutive Pull Ups 35 reps on May 27, 2010 in Clermont, FL (performed 8 minutes after setting 1-min Pull Up World Record Details here)
– Pushups –
(Rules: only done on hard surface with legs and back staying straight. Arms at shoulder level, bend elbows to at least 90 degrees and return in full extension for rep to count)
Pushups, 1 hr 1,020 reps (and I did 826 mtn. climbers in the same hr!) August 13, 2011 Clermont, FL
Pushups, 30-minutes 829 reps on Feb 8, 2011 Clermont, Fl
Pushups, 10-minutes 450 reps on May 24, 2009 Clermont, FL
*Pushup Presses in Handstand, 1-minute 11 reps on May 27, 2010 in Clermont, FL (head must touch floor for rep to count details here)
Pushups, Back-of-Hand, 15 minutes 112 reps September 23, 2011
– Pushups on Medicine Balls –
Pushups, 1-minute while balancing on 3 medicine balls (with 22 cm diameter) Current Record with RecordSetter.com: 52 See Video Former Record: 50 on Sept 23, 2011, Former Record: 38 reps on May 7, 2011 Clermont, FL, Former record: 35 reps March 6, 2010 VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2
*Pushups, 1-minute while balancing on 3 medicine balls (with 22cm diameter) with an elevated leg 25 reps March 9, 2010 (Details on this are in rare strength feat section here)
*Pushups, 1-minute while balancing on 2 medicine balls (with 22cm diameter)with an elevated leg 25 reps (The chest must touch medicine ball for rep to count details here) VIDEO DEMO Former Record: 10 Nov 19, 2010 at Live Show, Former Record: 6 March 9, 2010 Read More about Alicia’s Medicine Ball Records here
– Ring Dips –
Ring Dips, 1-minute Current Record 18 reps on gymnastic rings May 27, 2010 in Clermont, FL DETAILS
Former Record 17 reps on Feb 17, 2010 VIDEO WITH DETAILS (rules: palms face in toward body, arms start/end in full extension and break parallel with no leg movements for rep to count)
– Ring L -Position Dips –
Ring L-Position Dips, 1-minute Current Record 4 reps on gymnastics rings, while holding an L-position with my legs on Sept 13, 2010 DETAILS & VIDEO (rules: legs must be held and remain in L-position as arms break parallel and return to full extension as palms are held toward body)
(Rules: before all rope climbs the rope must be measured. All rope climbs start in a sitting position and hands are only used to climb the rope. Legs just dangle. The legs are not allowed to help or the rope climb is disqualified.)
Fastest time for 15ft climb, 7.7 seconds on April 1, 2011 in Clermont, Florida
Fastest time for 5 meter climb, 8.3 seconds on April 9, 2011 in Clermont, Florida
Fastest time for 20ft climb, 10.6 seconds on April 9, 2011 in Clermont, Florida
Greatest height climbed in 1 minute using a 5 meter rope, 15 meters on April 9, 2011 in Clermont, Florida
– Situps –
Sit-Ups, 30-minutes Current Record at RecordSetter 1,033, Former Record 927 Former Record 879 RECORD VIDEO on Oct 1, 2011, Clermont Florida, Former Record 795 reps on June 11, 2010 Former Record 613 on Sept 26, 2009 (rules: hands held behind ears and stay there, feet held down, start & end reps with shoulder blades on ground, elbows cross lateral knee for rep to count)
VIDEO DEMO of 2 Types of Situps THE 1st VIDEO IS CORRECT FORM FOR SITUPS THAT I DO IN WORLD RECORDS, the 2nd video is modified situps that are easier and not allowed for world records
Sit-ups, 5-Minutes Current Record 231 situps in Clermont Florida on June 6, 2012
These World Records have been verified by the Book of Alternative Records and I am published there and at Record Holder’s Republic where some of my records have made it into the book “Believe the Unbelievable”.
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