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BendtheBar 03-11-2012 12:01 PM

Pro Powerlifting Standards
 
Pro Mulltiply Powerlifting Standards

SHW = Pro - 2450, Elite - 2085
308 = Pro 2350, Elite - 2040
275 = Pro- 2250, Elite - 2000
242 = Pro - 2150, Elite - 1940
220 = Pro - 2050, Elite - 1875
198 = Pro - 1900, Elite - 1780
181 = Pro - 1750, Elite - 1692
165 = Pro 1650, Elite - 1580

Pro RAW Powerlifting Standards

97 = 824
114 = 904
123 = 984
132 = 1059
148 = 1185
165 = 1298
181 = 1396
198 = 1471
220 = 1551
242 = 1607
259 = 1632
275 = 1654
308 = 1728
SHW = 1803

miked96 03-11-2012 12:14 PM

Thanks. I am pretty surprised at the raw ones. They look light.

J_Byrd 03-11-2012 12:16 PM

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Originally Posted by miked96 (Post 223553)
Thanks. I am pretty surprised at the raw ones. They look light.

They are only Elite totals right now. I think they are going to set the standard after the Pro Am.

miked96 03-11-2012 12:18 PM

Got you. SPF?

J_Byrd 03-11-2012 12:21 PM

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Originally Posted by miked96 (Post 223557)
Got you. SPF?

Yeah, the XPC stared for equipped is the same.

Kuytrider 03-11-2012 04:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by miked96 (Post 223553)
Thanks. I am pretty surprised at the raw ones. They look light.

Absolutely right! I am already elite at 114, just need to lose almost 100 pounds now :)

Fazc 03-11-2012 05:39 PM

This type of discussion has been played out a lot, in the end I don't think these are supposed to be 'best of' targets. But they are very respectable numbers that you could achieve with a lot of hard work and some luck. A 198lbs lifter would be expected to lift in the region of:

Squat: 550
Bench: 350
Dead: 580

Far from impossible but still enough to set him apart from most lifters, especially at a trim 198lbs.

miked96 03-11-2012 05:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Fazc (Post 223627)
This type of discussion has been played out a lot, in the end I don't think these are supposed to be 'best of' targets. But they are very respectable numbers that you could achieve with a lot of hard work and some luck. A 198lbs lifter would be expected to lift in the region of:

Squat: 550
Bench: 350
Dead: 580

Far from impossible but still enough to set him apart from most lifters, especially at a trim 198lbs.

I agree those totals are enough to set you apart. I got confused when they were listed as pro totals. I dont pay alot of attention to that stuff because there are so many federations with different standards and judging. I apologize if I came off as arrogant. It was not my intention.

Fazc 03-11-2012 05:53 PM

Nah not at all mate, don't worry about that :)

But I agree those raw numbers look a little light (relatively speaking) to the geared ones.

miked96 03-11-2012 05:57 PM

I need to shut up. I still need twenty more pounds to reach the established level anyway. All those are really good numbers and are realistic targets. At least its not something like 1900 for a 220 which wouldn't even be a realistic target for 99.99999% of people. I dont have a better answer so those are good to go!


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