In the future hi would like to meet you keep up the good work cont to follow your dreams anyway send me email or text
Awesome job…All the best in life! Sam Jones
Thank you, Sam! And the very best to you as well!
Thank you Devin!
You are amazing..been lifting for ten years and i love seeing women in these sports. Great job. Would love to have autographed photo gor my collection of all the lifting greats. Have over 300 lifters in my personal collection. How would i get one
You are very strong, beauty, attractive. I love athlete women like you. Unfortunatly I live in Iran and can’t have a visa card or master card to see your beauty and abilities more.
You are so cute and ur body is perfect
Shout out from Afghanistan, Your an inspiration. Simply amazing lifts and impressive dedication to excellence. Keep it up!
I am a weight lifter and I am making great progress the men in the gym fears me (LOL) I would love to have you as a training in the future. Contact me on how much you charge. Keep lifting.
I am a female that is getting into weight training. You are very inspiring to other woman athletes, keep up the good work!
Hey becca i just seen you on guinness world records I have to say awesome job i would like to work out with you sometime and maybe have dinner if your up to a challenge lol
Hey becca I wuld like to start by saying u r very beautiful and I wuld like to start communicating with u…please contact me through email to get my number…I think I’m that mr right u hve been looking for and this is were ur search for mr right ends jus send me a message and again u r very beautiful and keep up the good work
hi there becca I just saw you on Guinness World Records Gone Wild and just wanted to say that I think that you are beautiful and wish I could get a chance to meet you
You are my inspiration for lifting and getting stronger. You remind me to keep pushing my limits as a female weightlifter. Thank you for being so amazing & sharing your accomplishments.
hi becca, i saw you try to make it into the guiness book of world records. I thought you did a amazing job. I also found you to be very attractive. I would love the chance to get to know more about you. I’m sure you get that alot though. I hope to hear back from you.
Becca! You probably don’t remember me, but my parents used to work out at the gym you went to in Omaha Nebraska, the one with Rick and his dog. My parents were Scott and Suzanne Stamer, they used to take my sisters and I in when they worked out ( 3 blonde headed girls). Anyways glad to see your doing good, hope everything keeps going well for you and your having a good life. Still have the picture of you, my sisters and I in the fridge.
Hey saw you on guiness world recordsand rememberedyou from my uncle Ed Nellor. Nice job!
Saw you on Guinness and you are certainly an interesting person. You were gracious and honest in unusual circumstances. Personally, I prefer 13 to 20 anyway! Can you tell me your birthdate, including place and time if possible? You might be interested. Regardless, good luck and nice seeing you.
I would love to meet you in person. Probably better then meeting the president (not Obama). Fantastic work with your body. Keep up the great work!!!
You are beautiful, I saw you on the Guinness Records show.
I just want to know If you are single and if so would you date an average person like me ?
Becca I think you are a very attractive young lady. You look great.
Dan, you are sweet! I am not single anymore. Life is good. Best to you.
Gene, such a nice note. Thank you. I sure am interesting, but no readings for me. I prefer to take it one day at a time; I live in the moment Best wishes, Gene!
AWWWWW! Ed Nellor, I love that man. He bought me my best deadlift suit which I got all my records in. Good to hear from you, Chad!
I’m a guy years, even decades ahead of his time in admiring athletic women. I’m also a serious amateur poet. This poem came to me recently, and I was hoping that it would resonate with you, even though your life is much changed from five or ten years ago. I want to say it’s too bad itt didn’t come to me sooner, but perhaps it’s better now. Here goes:
Can you tell when you’ve hit the outermost
limits unless you suffer hurt or loss?
The replica of the Canadian
fishing schooner, the Bluenose, was sailing
in the Caribbean. A storm came up.
The captain failed to shorten sail when it
could still be done. So the ship plowed into
increasing wind and waves, driven to eight-
een knots, its sturdy hull shaking as it
sank into the trough between bow and stern
waves. And then KA-BOOM, like a cannon shot,
the mainsail ripped – much better sail than mast
should fail. Indeed, since sail needed to be
shortened, that was the best possible thing.
But something was going to give, only
a matter of what, even on that tough
vessel built for heavy loads in heavy
seas. When the sail went, you knew for sure
Bluenose had reached the outermost limits.
And what an astounding coincidence
that the height of the world’s tallest mountain
matches the most that that the body can take.
Humans scaled Everest in Fifty-Three,
and some two hundred-plus have died there since.
They went beyond their personal limits.
But for the ones who only lost a toe
to frostbite, they were at their outermost
limit. Their circulatory systems
could not quite match the need from height and cold.
Or there is the female powerlifter
setting a new best, lifting more than a
woman ever has before. She’d prefer
to move that weight, to defeat gravity
without damage. That would be pure triumph.
But it may not be possible. The Earth
may exact a price, as it did this day
with a nosebleed — scary to see, what’s next?
As on the ship, when was something going
to give way? Again, it was the best thing
to go, a little blood vessel that would
repair itself soon. She proved to the world
not only her surpassing strength – her aim –
but something even deeper: she dwelled in
the very outermost human limits.
would you go to my senior prom with me? i would really enjoy the opportunity to bring such a mentally/physically strong women like you
I’m training to become a teacher at the moment and i’ve prepared a lesson for Math, which is about the nursery rhyme…
As I was going to St Ives
I met a man with seven wives
Every wife had seven sacks
Every sack had seven cats
Every cat had seven kits
Kits, cats, sacks, wives
How many were going to St Ives?
Leading the students through calculations, we came up with this. Each wife is carrying 7 sacks, and working out the average weight of a cat and a kitten, established that each sack is 81.193kg! 568.351kg per wife!!!
Given you are the strongest woman on the earth, what is the most you would be able to carry while you were walking, for say, 8 hours?
I’d love to hear back from you and the kids I teach this lesson to will have their minds blown.
David, I am honored that a female powerlifting subject was among the Extremophiles in your poem. Precisely the reason I retired, not willing to see what would give way next. The outer limit was amazing for me, tho to dwell there is only for a fool unless justifiable progress can be made. So, I move on to another life goal of family and I am succeeding, glad to say. Be well, my poet friend.
You are sweet. I hope you find a smart, athletic girl to go with you.
I would like to think I could carry the whole “kitten kabootle”!! But, even for the strongest woman ever to walk the planet, this is not done without practice. So, I will take on the lesson we learn from Milo of Kroton as found on http://www.combat-aging.com/milo.html.
“The story of how Milo got his strength has been told for over 2,000 years. Briefly, his father gave him a bull calf for his son to raise. One day, his father asked him, ‘How big is your bull today?’ Milo ran outside, picked up the calf and carried him inside to show his father. Each day, his father asked him ‘How big is your bull today?’ and each day Milo ran outside, picked up the bull and carried him to his father. This went on for a number of years. As the bull grew, so did Milo’s strength.
We know now that the story is not literally true. It’s a fable and as all fables, it has a moral. In my opinion, the moral of the story is this: Build strength by increasing the load so slowly that you hardly notice the increase in weight or effort required to lift it.”
I would walk each day for 8 hours and each day I would add a sack or a cat or a kitten each day until I could carry all 568.4 kg for 8 hours.
There are more wives to worry about though. So, which women in the class room can I count on to start practicing with me? Maybe, we should also decide as a collective to move closer to St Ives. Work smarter, not harder. And one more question begs… Why is the husband not carrying a sack with the cats and the kittens? Hmmmmm?????
Have fun in class! School is the best!!
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