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ranking Lb for LB strength.

tkav1980

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i saw a chart that seperated Lb for LB strength in max lifts into categories like novice, advanced etc. I took a look today and cant seem to find the one im looking for. does anyone have any links to one of these?
 

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i saw a chart that seperated Lb for LB strength in max lifts into categories like novice, advanced etc. I took a look today and cant seem to find the one im looking for. does anyone have any links to one of these?
I googled max bench press chart the other day and a couple of the sites that came up had what you are describing on them!
 

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With lower reps the calculator is fairly accurate, but as the reps go over ten...it gets real wacky. At the end of my chest workouts ii would rep out with 315 for anywhere from 16-20 reps. When i use those numbers in the calculator they are way off for a one rep max...at least for me. At 19 reps it gives a one rep max of 631! I was no where near that for one rep.
 

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Add up your 3 lift total and compare it to these numbers:

Southern Powerlifting Federation
This is the closest to what i saw, i swear it was on IM but it had the same lay out for a ton of different lifts, not just totals, and it had rep ranges, 1-3, 5-9, 10-14 or something similar. damn i cant remember exactly where i saw it but searches here and over at IM turned up nothing.
 

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