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    What is a good powerlifting total for a high school meet at 165 class

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    ~800-900lbs.
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    At least 700 total
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    Quote Originally Posted by jk423 View Post
    At least 700 total
    Well I got a 900 total and didn't even place that's texas for you
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    Don't get too caught up in the placements. Powerlifting is about competing with yourself and being stronger than you were before. What were your lifts? A 900 total in high school at 165 is certainly nothing to sneeze at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by herderdude View Post
    Don't get too caught up in the placements. Powerlifting is about competing with yourself and being stronger than you were before. What were your lifts? A 900 total in high school at 165 is certainly nothing to sneeze at.
    Well since it was my first meet I messed up on the first to lifts I got scratched twice on squat twice in bench for moving my dam* foot and it was 265 could have been 330 but scratched bench 215 first lift then scratched the second and third which were 250 clean press but moved my heel twice and dead lift 420
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    Quote Originally Posted by herderdude View Post
    Don't get too caught up in the placements. Powerlifting is about competing with yourself and being stronger than you were before. What were your lifts? A 900 total in high school at 165 is certainly nothing to sneeze at.
    Is that a bad thing that I got 900?
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    Quote Originally Posted by and_drew17 View Post

    Is that a bad thing that I got 900?
    It's not bad. Only way it could be bad is if you didn't try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post

    It's not bad. Only way it could be bad is if you didn't try.
    Judges are strict
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    No, that's what I'm saying. It's not bad at all. Especially a 420 deadlift for a young middleweight. You'll make big additions to your total with time. I was a well-developed and experienced lifter when I was in high school, and I've still added ~200lbs to my total since then (I'm 23 now.) Judges are strict, but that's what keeps you honest. How many average gym rats have you seen quarter squatting and trampolining the bar off of their chest on bench?
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    It won't take long man. I started with a 1000lb total 2 years ago and have close to 1400 now. Have yet to compete though. Just keep training. Keep on it especially since you're younger..everything will skyrocket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by herderdude View Post
    No, that's what I'm saying. It's not bad at all. Especially a 420 deadlift for a young middleweight. You'll make big additions to your total with time. I was a well-developed and experienced lifter when I was in high school, and I've still added ~200lbs to my total since then (I'm 23 now.) Judges are strict, but that's what keeps you honest. How many average gym rats have you seen quarter squatting and trampolining the bar off of their chest on bench?
    Youre right Thanks bro
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    It won't take long man. I started with a 1000lb total 2 years ago and have close to 1400 now. Have yet to compete though. Just keep training. Keep on it especially since you're younger..everything will skyrocket.
    Yeah I'll keep at it I want to get to that 1000 mark I need to work on my squat a lot
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    900 is dam good man! Especially with strict judging! I'm right around the same size (much older tho) and I total out around 875....prob closer to 800 with a strict judge! Keep at it bro, you're numbers will be huge in a year or two
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    Quote Originally Posted by and_drew17 View Post
    Judges are terrible
    Fixed.

    The meets here in TX are always run by the super anal and inconsistent USAPL judges that always waver.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post

    Fixed.

    The meets here in TX are always run by the super anal and inconsistent USAPL judges that always waver.
    Lol. Good to see they are the same in TX as they are in Pa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post

    Fixed.

    The meets here in TX are always run by the super anal and inconsistent USAPL judges that always waver.
    Hell yeah for a twitch or a heel come on now and I believe it is fixed we played Shepard and the coaches were the ref they won of course rednecks for you
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    Quote Originally Posted by AE14 View Post

    Lol. Good to see they are the same in TX as they are in Pa.
    It's pathetic the stuff they wave for is petty
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    Quote Originally Posted by and_drew17 View Post
    for a high school meet at 165 class
    700 good, 800 damn good, 900!!! heck yeah
    Depending on age too, since that would be a factor as to how much one is still growing.

    As far as using reg standards from comps, I might guess they'd be a bit higher, as some of those more elite lifters are assisted in other ways PEDS etc.
    For a teen using natural strength those are pretty damn good IMO, as it is one thing to do the lifts in a gym atmosphere, but to do all 3 of them under pressure, in a meet and successive, is a bit different too.
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    Never competed and all my PR's are in the gym. I try to perform every single lift with solid form, but bottom line is probably every one of those PRs wouldn't hold up in a meet. Too on the edge of my ability, true maxes. Any total you can pull in a meet is gonna be fully within your limits, especially considering you have to muster the energy to do it all in one day. My 1200 personal gym total would probably be 1100 or so in a meet.

    You should be proud man, keep training and don't be scared to compete again! It's only against yourself
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