Posted on 30th January 2019
Aneela Rose of Rose Media Group took part in the ABPU British Powerlifting Qualifier last weekend and ecstatically reports that she broke 3 British records in the Masters 56kg body weight class! She broke the first record in squat where she attempted a third lift breaking her own record she just set! Not stopping there, she also went on to break the deadlift record, and with a new bench PB too she scored an overall lifting total of 265kg, setting another British record.
She was crowned the overall Masters champion in the classic lifting category, in her age and weight class qualifying her for the British finals set at this year’s Bodypower show at the NEC in Birmingham.
Afterwards, Aneela had this to say … “I’m astounded at my performance. Wow. I totally smashed it – I don’t know what else to say! Both my coaches said, ‘It all went to plan perfectly!’”
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