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|Strength Standards; Where Do You Stand?|
|Topic Started: May 12 2007, 10:28 PM (327 Views)|
|Alwaysbelieve1||May 12 2007, 10:28 PM Post #1|
Where Do You Stand?
[size=1]Tim Henriques, Director of the National Personal Training Institute of VA[/size]
I hope after looking at this chart you have an idea of where you are strength-wise. I also hope that this chart is able to motivate you to push yourself to a level beyond what you've previously reached.
If you're trying to "make the gym your sport," see if you can get every lift up to the decent level, then the good level, and then finally the great level. If you can do that, your fitness level will be truly high. Remember, as your performance changes so too does your physique!
Note: All lifts are done with free weights, good form, no supportive gear other than a belt, and drug free. They are all for a one-rep max unless otherwise noted, and the weight of the bar is included in all of the exercises when applicable. If both a weight and a bodyweight level are given, you may use whichever number is lighter for you.
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