These hex bar deadlift 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 hex bar deadlift 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.

BW | Beg. | Nov. | Int. | Adv. | Elite |
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120 | 132 x1.1 | 188 x1.56 | 257 x2.14 | 336 x2.8 | 423 x3.52 |

130 | 147 x1.13 | 206 x1.58 | 278 x2.13 | 360 x2.77 | 449 x3.46 |

140 | 162 x1.15 | 223 x1.59 | 298 x2.13 | 383 x2.74 | 475 x3.39 |

150 | 176 x1.17 | 240 x1.6 | 317 x2.11 | 405 x2.7 | 499 x3.33 |

160 | 190 x1.19 | 256 x1.6 | 335 x2.1 | 426 x2.66 | 522 x3.26 |

170 | 203 x1.2 | 271 x1.6 | 353 x2.08 | 446 x2.62 | 544 x3.2 |

180 | 217 x1.2 | 287 x1.59 | 371 x2.06 | 465 x2.59 | 566 x3.14 |

190 | 229 x1.21 | 301 x1.59 | 387 x2.04 | 484 x2.55 | 587 x3.09 |

200 | 242 x1.21 | 316 x1.58 | 404 x2.02 | 502 x2.51 | 607 x3.03 |

210 | 254 x1.21 | 330 x1.57 | 420 x2 | 520 x2.48 | 626 x2.98 |

220 | 266 x1.21 | 343 x1.56 | 435 x1.98 | 537 x2.44 | 645 x2.93 |

230 | 278 x1.21 | 357 x1.55 | 450 x1.96 | 554 x2.41 | 663 x2.88 |

240 | 289 x1.21 | 370 x1.54 | 464 x1.93 | 570 x2.37 | 680 x2.83 |

250 | 301 x1.2 | 382 x1.53 | 478 x1.91 | 585 x2.34 | 697 x2.79 |

260 | 311 x1.2 | 395 x1.52 | 492 x1.89 | 601 x2.31 | 714 x2.75 |

270 | 322 x1.19 | 407 x1.51 | 506 x1.87 | 615 x2.28 | 730 x2.7 |

280 | 333 x1.19 | 418 x1.49 | 519 x1.85 | 630 x2.25 | 746 x2.66 |

290 | 343 x1.18 | 430 x1.48 | 532 x1.83 | 644 x2.22 | 761 x2.63 |

300 | 353 x1.18 | 441 x1.47 | 544 x1.81 | 658 x2.19 | 776 x2.59 |

310 | 363 x1.17 | 452 x1.46 | 556 x1.79 | 671 x2.17 | 791 x2.55 |

These male standards are based on 4,000 filtered lifts.

Note: these hex bar standards include the weight of the bar, normally 30 kg / 66 lb.

BW | Beg. | Nov. | Int. | Adv. | Elite |
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100 | 68 x0.68 | 106 x1.06 | 157 x1.57 | 217 x2.17 | 283 x2.83 |

110 | 75 x0.68 | 116 x1.06 | 168 x1.53 | 230 x2.09 | 299 x2.71 |

120 | 83 x0.69 | 125 x1.04 | 179 x1.5 | 243 x2.03 | 313 x2.61 |

130 | 90 x0.69 | 134 x1.03 | 190 x1.46 | 255 x1.96 | 327 x2.51 |

140 | 97 x0.69 | 142 x1.02 | 200 x1.43 | 267 x1.91 | 340 x2.43 |

150 | 103 x0.69 | 150 x1 | 209 x1.39 | 278 x1.85 | 352 x2.35 |

160 | 110 x0.69 | 158 x0.99 | 218 x1.36 | 288 x1.8 | 364 x2.27 |

170 | 116 x0.68 | 166 x0.97 | 227 x1.34 | 298 x1.75 | 375 x2.21 |

180 | 122 x0.68 | 173 x0.96 | 235 x1.31 | 308 x1.71 | 386 x2.14 |

190 | 128 x0.67 | 180 x0.94 | 243 x1.28 | 317 x1.67 | 396 x2.08 |

200 | 133 x0.67 | 186 x0.93 | 251 x1.26 | 326 x1.63 | 406 x2.03 |

210 | 139 x0.66 | 193 x0.92 | 259 x1.23 | 334 x1.59 | 415 x1.98 |

220 | 144 x0.65 | 199 x0.9 | 266 x1.21 | 342 x1.56 | 424 x1.93 |

230 | 149 x0.65 | 205 x0.89 | 273 x1.19 | 350 x1.52 | 433 x1.88 |

240 | 154 x0.64 | 211 x0.88 | 280 x1.16 | 358 x1.49 | 442 x1.84 |

250 | 159 x0.64 | 217 x0.87 | 286 x1.14 | 365 x1.46 | 450 x1.8 |

260 | 164 x0.63 | 222 x0.85 | 293 x1.13 | 373 x1.43 | 458 x1.76 |

These female standards are based on 531 filtered lifts.

Note: these hex bar standards include the weight of the bar, normally 30 kg / 66 lb.

- 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.