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Strength Standards

Discussion in 'Weight Training/Bulking' started by tensdanny, May 5, 2009.

  1. tensdanny

    tensdanny Well-Known Member

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    A while ago, someone posted a link to a series of charts that have one's weight on the vertical axis, and weights to lift/classes across the horizontal. This charge ranked people as beginniner, intermediate, elite, etc.

    I have searched and searched and searched, but I'm clearly not using the right term. Does anyone have a link to said chart?
     
  2. Nowhereman

    Nowhereman Well-Known Member

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    I think the erx site John sites in the front page has something like that.

    EDIT Yup Click here
     
  3. chicanerous

    chicanerous Elite Member
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    Pretty cool.

    I'm intermediate on lots.

    The 'press' is a bit surprising. Thought the numbers would be a bit higher.
     
  5. JoeSchmo

    JoeSchmo Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, the press is weird. It seems low up to the advanced stage, but then there is a huge jump to hit elite.
     
  6. tensdanny

    tensdanny Well-Known Member

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    Thanks guy, that is an awesome chart!
     

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