EFM Athletes Set New American Records

Five Earth Fed Muscle Athletes earned medals at the Junior National Championships in Valley Forge, PA this past weekend. These athletes are dedicated to performing at the top of their sport, and they take recovery and performance very seriously. Our NEW Stammpede Pre-Workout arrived just in time for some of our athletes to try it out for the competition. In addition, Earth Fed Muscle athletes recover with GelatinPro and Primitive Protein on a daily basis. Record setting athletes were tested by USADA immediately following the competition, and because they are consuming only cleanest supplements on the market these top athletes staying out of trouble.

Hayley Reichardt went 6 for 6 in the 48 kilogram weight class. She set a new American Record in clean and jerk and total. She had already won the competition before her emotion packed last lift, but that didn't stop her from crushing the competition and hitting a huge 86 kilo clean and jerk.

Harrison Maurus concluded his clean and jerk with an equally exciting final lift at 175 kilograms in the 77k division. Harrison finished second in snatch, first in clean and jerk and first in total. Harrison is only 15 years old! He is 8 kilos off the Word Record in clean and jerk, and he still has two years left as a youth.

Dale Loch also set a Youth American Record in 77k division with a snatch of 129k. This lift was good enough for bronze overall, and it puts him in position to represent the USA on the youth Pan American team.

CJ Cummings placed first in snatch, clean and jerk, and total in the 69 kilogram weight class. He did not break any records, but he already holds all the records in the youth division for this weight class.

Nathan Damron won the 85k class with a gold medal lift in snatch with 150 kilos. Nathon also placed first in clean and jerk and total. 

EFM athlete, Tanner Reichart, earned medals in clean and jerk and total, good enough for a second place finish overall in the 77k division. Kate Wehr competed as a 58k lifter placing 6th overall.

 

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