Dips Standards (lb)

These dips strength standards allow you to grade your one-rep max performance and compare it with other lifters at your bodyweight. We have standards for men and women.

Our dips standards are based on 15,000 lifts collected from users of Strength Level.

The Strength Level Calculator can show your exact level of strength at any bodyweight.

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Select your weight unit: Kilograms (kg) Pounds (lb)

Male Dips Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
120 < 1 -9 lb 8 +29 lb 19 +74 lb 32 +124 lb 45 +178 lb
130 < 1 -5 lb 9 +35 lb 19 +82 lb 31 +134 lb 44 +190 lb
140 1 -2 lb 9 +40 lb 20 +89 lb 31 +144 lb 44 +201 lb
150 2 +2 lb 10 +45 lb 20 +96 lb 31 +152 lb 43 +212 lb
160 2 +5 lb 10 +49 lb 20 +102 lb 31 +160 lb 42 +222 lb
170 3 +7 lb 10 +53 lb 19 +108 lb 30 +168 lb 41 +230 lb
180 3 +9 lb 10 +57 lb 19 +113 lb 30 +174 lb 40 +239 lb
190 3 +11 lb 10 +60 lb 19 +118 lb 29 +181 lb 39 +246 lb
200 4 +13 lb 10 +63 lb 19 +122 lb 28 +186 lb 38 +253 lb
210 4 +14 lb 10 +66 lb 18 +126 lb 28 +192 lb 38 +260 lb
220 4 +15 lb 10 +68 lb 18 +129 lb 27 +196 lb 37 +266 lb
230 4 +16 lb 10 +70 lb 18 +133 lb 27 +201 lb 36 +271 lb
240 4 +17 lb 10 +72 lb 17 +136 lb 26 +205 lb 35 +277 lb
250 4 +17 lb 10 +74 lb 17 +138 lb 26 +209 lb 34 +281 lb
260 4 +18 lb 9 +75 lb 17 +140 lb 25 +212 lb 33 +286 lb
270 4 +18 lb 9 +76 lb 16 +142 lb 24 +215 lb 33 +290 lb
280 4 +17 lb 9 +77 lb 16 +144 lb 24 +218 lb 32 +293 lb
290 3 +17 lb 9 +77 lb 16 +146 lb 23 +220 lb 31 +297 lb
300 3 +17 lb 9 +77 lb 15 +147 lb 23 +222 lb 30 +300 lb
310 3 +16 lb 9 +77 lb 15 +148 lb 22 +224 lb 30 +302 lb

Female Dips Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
100 < 1 -32 lb < 1 -8 lb 8 +21 lb 17 +55 lb 28 +90 lb
110 < 1 -31 lb < 1 -5 lb 8 +26 lb 17 +62 lb 27 +99 lb
120 < 1 -30 lb 1 -3 lb 9 +31 lb 17 +68 lb 27 +107 lb
130 < 1 -29 lb 1 +0 lb 9 +35 lb 17 +73 lb 27 +113 lb
140 < 1 -29 lb 2 +2 lb 9 +38 lb 17 +78 lb 26 +120 lb
150 < 1 -29 lb 2 +4 lb 9 +41 lb 17 +82 lb 25 +125 lb
160 < 1 -29 lb 3 +5 lb 9 +43 lb 17 +86 lb 25 +130 lb
170 < 1 -29 lb 3 +6 lb 9 +45 lb 16 +89 lb 24 +135 lb
180 < 1 -29 lb 3 +6 lb 9 +47 lb 16 +92 lb 24 +138 lb
190 < 1 -30 lb 3 +7 lb 9 +48 lb 15 +94 lb 23 +142 lb
200 < 1 -31 lb 3 +7 lb 9 +50 lb 15 +96 lb 22 +145 lb
210 < 1 -32 lb 3 +6 lb 8 +50 lb 14 +98 lb 22 +148 lb
220 < 1 -33 lb 2 +6 lb 8 +51 lb 14 +99 lb 21 +150 lb
230 < 1 -35 lb 2 +5 lb 8 +51 lb 14 +101 lb 20 +152 lb
240 < 1 -37 lb 2 +4 lb 8 +51 lb 13 +101 lb 20 +153 lb
250 < 1 -39 lb 2 +3 lb 8 +50 lb 13 +102 lb 19 +154 lb
260 < 1 -41 lb 2 +2 lb 7 +50 lb 12 +102 lb 18 +155 lb

What do the strength standards mean?

Beginner
Stronger than 5% of lifters. A beginner lifter can perform the movement correctly and has practiced it for at least a month.
Novice
Stronger than 20% of lifters. A novice lifter has trained regularly in the technique for at least six months.
Intermediate
Stronger than 50% of lifters. An intermediate lifter has trained regularly in the technique for at least two years.
Advanced
Stronger than 80% of lifters. An advanced lifter has progressed for over five years.
Elite
Stronger than 95% of lifters. An elite lifter has dedicated over five years to become competitive at strength sports.

More Exercises

Bench 2,032,000 lifts Deadlift 1,224,000 lifts Squat 1,116,000 lifts Pull Ups 35,000 lifts Shoulder Press 312,000 lifts Barbell Curl 165,000 lifts Front Squat 115,000 lifts Dips 15,000 lifts Bent Over Row 113,000 lifts Power Clean 130,000 lifts Push Press 9,000 lifts Snatch 20,000 lifts Clean & Jerk 22,000 lifts Clean 8,000 lifts Clean & Press 63,000 lifts