Question: What is the Marine pull up record?

What is the max pull-ups for Marines?

If you max the pull-ups, you can score 100 points for that event. If you max the push-ups, you only get 70 points for that event, so your max possible PFT score will be 270.

Male/female pull-up standards (max/min)

Male Marine Pull-up Standards/Age
Age Group Minimum Maximum
17-20 4 20
21-25 5 23
26-30 5 23

What is the current pull-up world record?

Guinness’s current world record for most pull-ups by a man in 24 hours is 7,600, held by John Orth from Golden, Colorado, and achieved in 19.5 hours.

What is the record for pull-ups in a row?

Lee Chin-Yong (Korea), achieved 612 chin-ups at Jongmyo Park, Seoul, South Korea on 29 December 1994. Aged 70, he completed them in 2 hr 40 min. Palms faced outwards.

How many pull-ups for Navy Seals?

The minimum is eight pull-ups with no time limit, but you cannot touch the ground or let go of the bar. You should be able to do 15 to 20 to be competitive.

Navy SEAL PST Standards.

PST Event Minimum Standards Competitive Standards
Pull-ups 10 15-20
1.5-mile timed run 10:30 9-10 minutes

Do female Marines have to do pull-ups?

Women under 45 need between six to 10 pull-ups — depending on their age — to earn full marks. No Marine can achieve a maximum PFT score without choosing pull-ups in the new system. Opting out of pull-ups also makes it more difficult to achieve a first-class score, the highest level.

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Who beat David Goggins pull up record?

On 7th September, Truett Hanes posted a video online documenting his experience doing 4,100 pull-ups in 24 hours. He was challenged to do so by the previous record holder: former Navy SEAL, author and “productivity personality” David Goggins, who managed 4,030 pull-ups in the same time frame.