315 Bench Press. NEW PR!!

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    Cool 315 Bench Press. NEW PR!!


    Got 315 on the flat bench this afternoon.. Got 4 solid full reps.. stats of today are 5'6 191lbs

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    Congrats bro
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tboz View Post
    Got 315 on the flat bench this afternoon.. Got 4 solid full reps.. stats of today are 5'6 191lbs
    That's awesome Bro
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    Now you should try for your 1 rep max.. Maybe you could get 350??
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    Nice job. 315 is a big milestone on bench. Next up 365
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    Thanks guys. I never did 1 rep max but curious to see what I could get
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    Well done sir...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tboz View Post
    Thanks guys. I never did 1 rep max but curious to see what I could get
    some were around 335-345
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    impressive
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tboz
    Thanks guys. I never did 1 rep max but curious to see what I could get
    315x4x(.0333)+315 = a 357 1rm
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    Quote Originally Posted by napalm View Post
    315x4x(.0333)+315 = a 357 1rm
    That is definitely not 100% accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vidapreta

    That is definitely not 100% accurate.

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    No 1rm calculation is 100% accurate. This calculation is an accepted one in the strength community
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    Quote Originally Posted by napalm View Post
    No 1rm calculation is 100% accurate. This calculation is an accepted one in the strength community
    You're joking right??

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    Congratulations brotha man! Big numbers!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vidapreta View Post
    You're joking right??

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    No, and neither is Wendler who uses it to calculate 1RM in the 5/3/1. I've fount it to be accurate +/- 5#.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Reynolds View Post
    Nice job. 315 is a big milestone on bench. Next up 365
    I agree. I think 315 was my favorite mark that I have hit. 405 didn't even feel as good when I did it....was so proud of those "3 plates" !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swanson52 View Post
    No, and neither is Wendler who uses it to calculate 1RM in the 5/3/1. I've fount it to be accurate +/- 5#.
    So in powerlifting competitions they shouldn't have to max out anymore... Just hit something for 5 or 6 reps and just calculate from there. I mean there's definitely no variables.. It's 100% accurate...It's fool proof

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    I think everyone is different and there's a lot of variables with this and no 2 people are the same when it comes to reps. IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by vidapreta View Post
    So in powerlifting competitions they shouldn't have to max out anymore... Just hit something for 5 or 6 reps and just calculate from there. I mean there's definitely no variables.. It's 100% accurate...It's fool proof

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    Is that really what you took from my post?

    Reading comprehension, how does it work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vidapreta

    So in powerlifting competitions they shouldn't have to max out anymore... Just hit something for 5 or 6 reps and just calculate from there. I mean there's definitely no variables.. It's 100% accurate...It's fool proof

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    What the hell does this even mean?

    And what the hell does it have to do with a 1rm calculation?
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    Quote Originally Posted by napalm View Post
    No 1rm calculation is 100% accurate. This calculation is an accepted one in the strength community
    My Bad..I thought you were saying that it IS 100% accurate..
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    315 for 4 reps is impressive man. Keep up the good work.
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    Congrats on the lift. I have used the same formula napalm presented for years and has always been accurate within a few pounds.
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    Congrats brother. a good hurtle to make it over!
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    Impressed. Keep it up!
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