Many people make resolutions to enhance ourselves and attain new targets yearly, however life occurs, and it doesn’t at all times go in keeping with plan. That isn’t bother for Jessica Buettner, who begins 2022 in a pole place.
On Jan. 30, 2022, Buettner deadlifted 252.5 kilograms (556 kilos), demolishing her earlier private report by 2.5 kilograms (5 kilos). Two days later, she adopted up that elevate with a bench press PR of 107.5 kilograms (237 kilos).
Each lifts occurred in coaching, however each of Buettner’s lifts are heavier than the present IPF world data at 76 kilograms. It’s not stunning to see Buettner attain new heights in her personal coaching time. Buettner is in sole possession of three Worldwide Powerlifting Federation (IPF) data.
Buettner’s IPF Information
- Deadlift: 247.5 kilograms (545.6 kilos)
- Squat: 210.5 kilograms (461.4 kilos)
- Complete: 563 kilogram (1,241 pound2)
Buettner achieved every of those marks within the newest run of the 2021 IPF Championships in Halmstad, Sweden. This particular elevate was all of the extra spectacular for this new one-rep max deadlift as a result of Buettner (who didn’t disclose her weight throughout the elevate) didn’t put on lifting straps — powerlifting competitions bar their use. And whereas it undoubtedly wasn’t easy, it appeared so given how Buettner pulled the 556 kilos reasonably simply. She solely had a weightlifting belt adorned for assist earlier than figuratively smashing her method to new deadlifting heights.
Buettner’s Profession to Date
Since starting her profession in 2014, the Canadian has had fairly the mantel of recognition for her powerlifting work. She’s received Canadian Nationals winner 3 times (2015, 2019, and 2020) and received 4 World Basic Powerlifting Championships (2016 and 2018 as a Junior and within the Open division in 2019-2020).
Along with her formal IPF achievements, in one other latest spotlight, Buettner was a drive on the 2020 Canadian Powerlifting Union (CPU) Nationwide Powerlifting and Bench Press Championships. There, whereas lifting within the 72-kilogram class, Buettner hit a 250-kilogram (551-pound) deadlift, 210-kilogram (463-pound) squat, and a 102.5-kilogram (226-pound) bench press for a 562.5-kilogram (1,240 kilos) powerlifting complete.
Buettner has additionally discovered a method to thrive in much less formal aggressive phrases when she trains. In Might 2020, within the consolation of her own residence, Buettner pulled a beltless 220-kilogram (485-pound) deadlift for 5 reps—3 times her normal competitors physique weight. And in 2019, throughout a Deadlift4Cancer occasion in Canada, she pulled 228 kilograms (500 kilos).
Boiled down, Buettner has competed in 17 open occasions, successful 15 occasions all through her profession. Maybe extra importantly, she’s by no means completed decrease than second place, demonstrating how she’s at all times been inside placing distance of victory.
It’d be exhausting for anybody to match such constant excellence. But, one way or the other, someway, Buettner continues to push the usual as she powers her method by means of a brand new 12 months.
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