This 17-Year-Old Broke The World Record For Completing 16.75 Murphs In 24 hours
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Tyler Friese is 17-years-old and he just broke the world record for completing 16.75 Murphs in 24 hours. A Murph is a 1 mile run, 100 pull-ups, 200 push-ups, 300 squats and another mile run. All while wearing a 20-lb vest...

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It’s possible. Odds are he did a lot more at the beginning and naturally slowed down over 24 hrs. He probably also would’ve had to have had a nap. Even the folks doing ultra marathons slow down and they have the best cardio in the world. There’s definitely some info missing. He probably had to do it in 5 hour spurts, then rest, then re-start, etc.
Reply1 month
Kid is full of shite.
Reply1 month
I'm smelling something fishy here....... If this kid really did this then he is the strongest and best cardio athlete EVER at any age. Not buying it.
Reply1 month
there's just no fricking way. that's one of those roughly every 1 hour 25 minutes and 58 seconds for 24 hours. I'm calling bull shite.
Reply1 month
Nauseous thinking about 1 murph
Reply1 month
WTF is a gigowatt!?
Reply1 month
10^9 watts
1 month
They needed 1.21 of them to go back in tiii-iiiiiiiime
1 month
I guess I’m confused as to why he ran 33 miles. If he did 16.75 Murphs and it takes 1 mile for 1 Murph. Did he feel like doing 2x as many miles?
Reply1 month
Never mind. I see at the end it’s another mile.
1 month
Could he get some of those hot girls in the background to join him
Reply1 month
Mmm boy. Wreck them joints, son.
Reply1 month
I play real sports, not trying the best at exercise.
Reply1 month
A world record because there is hardly anybody dumb enough to try it. Still impressive though.
Reply1 month
He was probably partitioning the reps so as to not wear out on one particular movement. For example, run the mile then do 20 sets of 5 pullups, 10 pushups, 15 air squats, then the mile.
Reply1 month
Oh well in that case I think I'll one up him tomorrow... how does that change anything? He still had to do all those reps regardless of method
1 month
crossfit is so weird
Reply1 month
TFH
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He should try that while wearing my gut
Reply1 month
So 33.5 miles,1675 pull-ups, 3350 pushups, and 5025 squats in 24hrs. Don’t believe it.
Reply1 month
The 24hr pull-up standard is around 4k. The push up std is 7k. Throw in the mile runs + weight vest and it certainly pushes the of credibility factor a bit.
1 month
yeah, there's no way.. I'm with you, wth
1 month
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