Jamal Browner deadlift total

Jamal Browner Sets Two World Records With Massive Deadlift And Total


Jamal browner has shown his strength and hunger to lift more and more during the recent competition held the previous weekend.

We can’t deny that he is an exceptional young powerlifter with a great future ahead of him. In the previous weekend’s competition, he sets two new records.

Jamal Browner deadlift total

If you want to see Jamal Brown deadlift total record, then you can check it out from the videos of Hybrid Showdown II, held the previous weekend.

PS: If you’re not used to deadlift, consider starting with an hex or a trap bar.

The other competitors in his division were big-time powerlifters like Kevin Oak and Stefi Cohen.

They put a great show in front of the spectators and they attempted heavier lifts.

So, people had already set high expectations from Jamal Browner if he had to beat the other two.

Jamal Browner is already known for his massive deadlifts and people are aware of his powerlifting abilities.

In this competition, Jamal Browner was no different and he performed up to his abilities.

He attempted massive lifts that earned him all-time world records.

His final scores after his attempts were 953.5lb deadlift, 771.6lb squat, and 457.4lb bench.

Jamal Browner’s deadlift total was 953.5lb and his records total score was 2182.5lb.

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Jamal Browner’s deadlift total and total lift earned him the 1st place in 242lb weight division.

Jamal Browner also managed to set a new world record with this exceptional performance.

He decided not to finish here, so he attempted a fourth attempt just to set a new record.

This attempt wouldn’t count towards his total rather it was just to break the previous deadlift record.

During this attempt, he lifted humongous 971lb, breaking the previous record just by a margin of 1lb.

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Meet recap best lifts: – Squat 3/3: 325/337.5/350kg (716/744/771.6 lbs) Bench 1/3: 195🔴/207.5/217.5kg🔴 (429/457.45/479 lbs) Deadlift 4/4: 395/425/432.5/440.5kg (870/925/953.4/971.5 lbs) *2nd & 3rd attempt shown* – Total: 990kg (2182.576 lbs) @108.6 kg BW *4th deadlift attempt doesn’t count toward total* – Greatest meet of my life thus far! I was able to break the ATWR 242 raw total record with my 3rd deadlift and the ATWR deadlift with my 4th deadlift attempt (previous post). – Thank you everyone who helped me today and throughout this prep. Too many names to tag but you know who you are!! @animalpak @nosweatsteph @deadlift_lord868 @strengthstudiott m. Thank you @jaffestrength for handling me today! 🙏🏽 thank you @hybridperformancemethod @alexuslar @steficohen @hayden.bowe for putting on a great meet! – I’m on a lifting high right now! I still have room to grow.. left some kilos on the bar which is a good thing! Back to work in a couple days to get ready for the @animalpak cage!

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Jamal Browner’s deadlift total record was a treat to watch. It can’t be believed that he did this with so much ease. He was barely in any discomfort or difficulty.

It looked like he was just warming up before the real attempt.

He never seemed to be in any kind of pressure, he was barely thinking about this as a world record attempt.

After setting up this record, he said it isn’t just a record but also personal best for him.

With the kind of strength and form he is in, it can be easily said that he’ll break this record soon.

We are all looking forward to seeing him competing in the next competition.

Not to forget, Jamal Browner is just 25 years old.

Currently, he is growing rapidly and his reputations are growing as one of the best powerlifters at the moment.

It is fascinating to see how he’ll perform in the next competitions.

With performances like that, one could only expect unimaginable performances from him.

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