On June 9, 2022, during the International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) World Classic Powerlifting Championships, 76-kil0gram powerlifter Jessica Buettner set three World Records on the squat, bench press, and total. In addition, Buettner’s new record deadlift of 261.5 kilograms (576.5 pounds) is the heaviest all-time deadlift by any female IPF competitor. The record-breaking deadlift — where
Powerlifter Jessica Buettner might be one of the sport’s current household names. She again showed why during a commanding performance at the 2022 Canadian Powerlifting Union (CPU) Nationals. On May 13, 2022, Buettner — who competes in the 76-kilogram weight class — broke four raw Canadian National records with a 217.5-kilogram (479.5-pound) squat, a 107.5-kilogram
On May 4, 2022, Jessica Buettner gave the powerlifting community another inside look at her strength progress when she deadlifted 250 kilograms (551 pounds) for two reps. The stellar pull is not only a double PR for Buettner — who competes in the 76-kilogram weight class — but the weight on the bar is over
On April 26, 2022, powerlifter Jessica Buettner made waves again when she deadlifted 245.4 kilograms (541 pounds) for two reps during training — a new double PR. For the pull, Buettner used a mixed grip, worked from a conventional stance, and wore a lifting belt. Check out Buettner’s set below, via her Instagram profile: [Related:
Jessica Buettner certainly knows how to leave an impression in the gym. On April 7, 2022, the powerlifter made her presence felt again when she crushed a 212.5-kilogram squat (469 pounds). Buettner followed that staggering lift with a 230-kilogram deadlift (507 pounds) for six reps, and a 183.7-kilogram paused squat (405 pounds) for four reps.
Many of us make resolutions to improve ourselves and reach new goals every year, but life happens, and it doesn’t always go according to plan. That isn’t trouble for Jessica Buettner, who starts 2022 in a pole position. On Jan. 30, 2021, Buettner deadlifted 252.5 kilograms (556 pounds), demolishing her previous personal record by 2.5