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She’s at it again! Kristin Rhodes, the eight-time winner of America’s Strongest Woman, keeps smashing those records left and right. This time, Rhodes broke the women’s world record for circus dumbbell at the 2019 Rogue Invitational. The previous record was 165 pounds, which was actually shared by Rhodes and another woman. Now the record is all Rhodes’s.
Watch the video of this record-breaking lift on her Instagram:
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NEW World record! 175lb Monster Circus Dumbbell! I’ve been doing this for 13 years and this was one of my absolute favorite moments! Special thank you to @drjantodd for believing in us and @billhenniger and @caityhenniger for this amazing opportunity to showcase women’s strength at the @rogueinvitational !! Also a very special thank you to @steve_slater_ for making sure everything was perfect for us! What a special day I’ll always remember ❤️ #ryourogue #strongwomen #strongwoman #roguefitness #strong #strongmom #crossfit #rogueinvitational #prostrongwoman #womenwholift #womeninspiringwomen #strengthtraining
On top of breaking her own record on the circus dumbbell, Rhodes previously broke Strongwoman records in the log press and axle deadlift. Perhaps most impressive, though, is the fact that the 42-year-old strongwoman from Southern California all of these balances competitions while being a business owner and a mother of three.
You can check out more of her amazing lifts and be the first to know the next time she breaks a Strongwoman record on her Instagram.
Promo image courtesy of: StrongWomanKristinRhodes