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Old 02-22-2013, 07:24 PM   #3
jdmalm123
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Welcome!

Looks like you are bodybuilding (vs. powerlifting), so concern over your poundages has to be balanced with your goal. If you are happy with your leg development then your squat weight is less important.

There is a balance though and your squat should be about 50 lbs less than your deadlift (give or take) if you want long-term progress.

Best of luck. You'll find lots of experience on the boards here!
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