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Old 08-08-2011, 06:16 PM   #1
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Default Bodyweight lift numbers?

I know we all have different goals, but I think I've figured out a good way of measuring my progress towards my goals of explosive strength and muscular endurance, which is how many times I can lift my bodyweight. Saturday I was able to bench my bodyweight 15 times, which was towards the end of a hard bench session. I'm pretty happy with that at this point, but it got me to thinking. . .

Do you guys know how many times you can lift your bodyweight? I'm not sure how many times I can squat it, but it's probably around 20.
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