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240-250 lbs 41yrs old
1 years experience (Deadlifts and Bench) in PL with 2 meets under my belt.

Bench = Meet @ 407 / gym 405 x 8
Squat = Meet @ 535 / gym 500 x 7
Dead = Meet @ 665 / Gym 675 x 2

Goals for May 2016 at BW of 245-252lbs

S = 585-605 (if this fucking groin injury ever heals)
B = 435-455
D = 725-765
 

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height 5'4"
weight 181
age 42

Raw:
Squat - 550
Bench - 300
Dead - 500

Single ply:
Squat - 601
Bench - 380
Dead - 530
 

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^ that's some insane numbers for your weight!
 
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I am now 40 years old and weigh between 215-220. Currently my numbers are
Squat 500 lbs (raw) below parallel
Bench 405 (raw paused)
Deadlift 600 raw

Best numbers ever are (all natural but at a bulky fat 275 lbs)
Squat 600 (raw) and 655 (gear) both in competition
Bench 435 (raw paused in competiton)
Deadlift 655 (raw in competition)
 

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23 y/o just staring out in a strength program after an injury.
BW 185 5'8 during these lifts:
DL 475
BP 295
Squat 385

Goal for December 2016
BW 183
DL 515
BP 315-335
Squat 425

All raw lifts hope to compete in 2017, cheers
 

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Those are some good stats!
Mine were all confirmed in August during training camp and I've stayed around the same but hopefully in January I start another strength phase!

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182lbs now but I was 170 doing the following:

Bench - 225x6 or 255x1
Squats - 315x4 or 335x2
Deadlifts - 315x1
Powerclean - 205x1 or 185x4
 

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Lots of awesome lifts. I got 365 bench 550 deadlift and 405 squat all @ 235 b.w. Numbers are going up though :)
 

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I only count lifts in competition: BW was 295.6 at my last meet in Buffalo AND I'm an old fuck! (51 years)

920 squat
550 bench
705 DL

I'll squat 1000 lbs by The Arnolds next March
 
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I only count lifts in competition: BW was 295.6 at my last meet in Buffalo AND I'm an old fuck! (51 years)

920 squat
550 bench
705 DL

I'll squat 1000 lbs by The Arnolds next March
Good stuff. I am guessing equipped? Multi ply? My best equipped bunch is 555 lbs and squat 655 lbs even though my raw squat was 600 lbs, obviously my squat equipment was not tight enough. Lol. Never used equipment for deadlifts but got 655 lbs raw. These are all competition numbers when I was a fat 285-295 lbs.


ISYMFS. Be strong and CONQUER.
 

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Lost of killer prs, this was last year before my shoulder surgery. Bench 345×1 deadlift 550×1 and squat 405×4, i dont lift like this anymore my body wont take it so i have to lift smarter with the weights i can use, i still go heavy but I focus on lifts in the 8 to 12 rep range
 

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Good stuff. I am guessing equipped? Multi ply? My best equipped bunch is 555 lbs and squat 655 lbs even though my raw squat was 600 lbs, obviously my squat equipment was not tight enough. Lol. Never used equipment for deadlifts but got 655 lbs raw. These are all competition numbers when I was a fat 285-295 lbs.


ISYMFS. Be strong and CONQUER.
Yes I lift in multiply. I don't think at this point in my lifting I'll ever do a raw meet..... BUT you never know!
 
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Amazing numbers in this thread, great inspiration from everyone! thanks for sharing.

Not trying to make excuses here, but I have never *really* pushed 1 rep maxes. I have had a few injuries and my focus is ust to stay healthy and consistent in the gym and follow my training plans.... That being said, here are the numbers from when I was feeling pretty strong in March of this year:

31 years old / 215 lbs / 6 feet

- Squat 405 x 3
- Bench 315 x 1
- Dead 455 x 5
 

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Sadly looking back in this thread my numbers haven't come up a lot

Right now around 240lbs

squat: 5 x 455 (high bar, ass to grass...video in my thread)
dead: 10 x 495 (this is a year old, conventional not sumo....I might have a video somewhere)
bench: 6 x 365
 
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Here is a good trick to figure your max from reps. Remember it is approximate and some people are much better at reps while other very good at 1 rep max. Take the weight you used multiply by 0.33. Then multiply again by the reps you completed. Take that number and add it to the original weight you used. That gives you an approximate max. Let's use SP 455 for 5 reps as an example.

455*0.33= 15.015
15.015*5= 75.075
455+75.075 = 530.075

So roughly a 530 lbs 1 rep max. I use this formula all the time when training to see where I am on pace for a new max.




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I competed in April. Missed weight by 300grams... sucked. So had to compete in the 220 class, which I won anyways. Ended up with the 4th best total by formula (Schwartz).
Weighed in at 199lbs: All these are 3rd attempts.
Squat - 523.6 lbs
Bench - 363.8 lbs
Deadlift - 611.8 lbs
Total - 1499 lbs
Was sooo choked when I found out I was that close to 1500 lol........
Changing to bodybuilding currently, plan to compete again next May in Edmonton at the CPF meet.
Also 4 days after the meet I went and hit 625 on deadlifts.
 
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All lifts raw/beltless

Weight: 250

Bench: 245 :(

Squat: 365

Diddly Lift: 500

Started Congugate Method 15 weeks ago. Had a savage flu in the middle so really did only 12 weeks of lifting. Bench went up 20, squat up 40, and Deadlift up 25 since then.
 
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Here is a good trick to figure your max from reps. Remember it is approximate and some people are much better at reps while other very good at 1 rep max. Take the weight you used multiply by 0.33. Then multiply again by the reps you completed. Take that number and add it to the original weight you used. That gives you an approximate max. Let's use SP 455 for 5 reps as an example.

455*0.33= 15.015
15.015*5= 75.075
455+75.075 = 530.075

So roughly a 530 lbs 1 rep max. I use this formula all the time when training to see where I am on pace for a new max.




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What are your thoughts on 1RM calculaters like Strength Standards? Or do you find your method to be more reliable?
 
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