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Old 11-29-2012, 03:23 AM   #1
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Default Ideal strength ratios on the main lifts

I am interested to find out what guys believe would be an ideal strength ratio between the main lifts.

Does the following sound about right ?

Deadlift 125 kilos
Squat 100 Kilos
Bench 75 Kilos
Row 75 Kilos
Power clean 60 Kilos
Standing press 50 Kilos

How important is it to have an ideal ration between these lifts? Would having a stronger bench than Deadlift be a matter of concern?
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