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Chameleon 01-14-2012 05:56 PM

Lifting Stats - Where do they fit in?
 
We all know that Deads & Squats, along with benching are the big lifts which we aim for the biggest #'s. But where do the other lifts fit in?

Reg Park's Stats

Deadlift - 700+lbs
Squats - 600+lbs
Bench - 500+lbs
BNP - 300+lbs

I'm only using Park's stats as an example.

Where do Bent Over Rows fit in? Barbell Curls?

I'm asking because I'm wanting to have something to aim for in my own lifting.

Cheers

C

BendtheBar 01-14-2012 07:08 PM

My barbell rows is about 2/3rds of my deadlift.

I think 405 is a great row. 500 would be monster territory.

5kgLifter 01-14-2012 07:12 PM

That would be something interesting to work out and I wouldn't be surprised if many people's lifts fell somewhere in the same region percentage wise with some lifts always falling toward the bottom one or two lifts in a list where load is concerned.

I realise we don't necessarily need all of that data but it would be interesting reading nevertheless.

Chameleon 01-15-2012 07:44 AM

So we think that it should look like this?

In descending order;

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chameleon (Post 207646)

Reg Park's Stats

Deadlift - 700+lbs
Squats - 600+lbs
Bench - 500+lbs
Rows - 2/3rd's of deads, approx 466lbs?
BNP - 300+lbs
Curls - ??? approx poundage here???

I think this looks about right. What does MAB think?

Cheers guys

C

Off Road 01-15-2012 09:09 AM

I think the order of the lifts should be...

Deadlift
Squats
Bench/Row
Press
Curls

I believe the row should be pretty equal to the bench.

BendtheBar 01-15-2012 09:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Off Road (Post 207745)
I believe the row should be pretty equal to the bench.

I agree.

Curls...I am guessing 225 would be the equivalent to a 500 bench?

Chameleon 01-15-2012 10:34 AM

Cheers guys, your input is much appreciated! :)


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