Strength Standards

  1. Strength Standards


    Greg Nuckols recently wrote an article based off data compiled over the last 4 years (somewhere over 7,000 Men's Open Raw Class, results).

    Thoughts? ...where do most of you guys fall?


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  2. I'm pretty much poverty on all levels lol
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  3. My total is in the 95th percentile all thanks to my squat

  4. A 1200lb total is pretty respectable.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by koltink View Post
    My total is in the 95th percentile all thanks to my squat
    Good stuff man...what's your weight class and numbers?
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  6. 74kg
    510 squat
    315 bench
    550 dead

    2 of those (bench and deadlift) are gym Max's and not at a meet so not 100% legit

  7. 90kg (so I guess round up to 93kg class)

    I'm at 45 on the chart. Nothing special, lots of room for improvement. Having said that perhaps I could rank better. Is this measuring olympic squat ATG? or just breaking parallel as I can probably easily bump my squat 50lb for PL style.

    I'm assuming these standards are for natural lifters?

  8. Curious whether he's compiled one for women? Though there's going to be less data out there.

    On the bright side, apparently I could compete against men and still fall mid-pack.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by VO2Maxima View Post
    Curious whether he's compiled one for women? Though there's going to be less data out there.

    On the bright side, apparently I could compete against men and still fall mid-pack.
    Over 4,800 women within the same timeframe

    https://www.strongerbyscience.com/ho...hat-is-strong/

    It's a nice read...

  10. Quote Originally Posted by ericos_bob View Post
    90kg (so I guess round up to 94kg class)

    I'm at 45 on the chart. Nothing special, lots of room for improvement. Having said that perhaps I could rank better. Is this measuring olympic squat ATG? or just breaking parallel as I can probably easily bump my squat 50lb for PL style.

    I'm assuming these standards are for natural lifters?
    He mentioned it being somewhat complicated to separate tested and un tested...these standards are all related to Powerlifting.
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