Horizontal Leg Press Standards (lb)

These horizontal leg press 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 horizontal leg press standards are new and we will be refining them over the next six months as we collect more data from lifters using Strength Level.

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

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Male Horizontal Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
120 116 x0.97 197 x1.64 305 x2.54 436 x3.64 583 x4.86
130 134 x1.03 220 x1.69 333 x2.56 469 x3.61 621 x4.78
140 151 x1.08 242 x1.73 360 x2.57 501 x3.58 658 x4.7
150 168 x1.12 263 x1.75 385 x2.57 531 x3.54 693 x4.62
160 184 x1.15 284 x1.77 410 x2.57 561 x3.5 726 x4.54
170 201 x1.18 304 x1.79 435 x2.56 589 x3.46 758 x4.46
180 217 x1.2 323 x1.8 458 x2.54 616 x3.42 789 x4.38
190 232 x1.22 343 x1.8 481 x2.53 642 x3.38 819 x4.31
200 248 x1.24 361 x1.81 503 x2.51 668 x3.34 847 x4.24
210 263 x1.25 379 x1.81 524 x2.5 693 x3.3 875 x4.17
220 278 x1.26 397 x1.81 545 x2.48 717 x3.26 902 x4.1
230 292 x1.27 415 x1.8 566 x2.46 740 x3.22 928 x4.04
240 307 x1.28 432 x1.8 585 x2.44 763 x3.18 953 x3.97
250 321 x1.28 448 x1.79 605 x2.42 785 x3.14 978 x3.91
260 334 x1.29 464 x1.79 624 x2.4 806 x3.1 1002 x3.85
270 348 x1.29 480 x1.78 642 x2.38 827 x3.06 1025 x3.8
280 361 x1.29 496 x1.77 660 x2.36 847 x3.03 1048 x3.74
290 374 x1.29 511 x1.76 678 x2.34 867 x2.99 1070 x3.69
300 387 x1.29 526 x1.75 695 x2.32 887 x2.96 1092 x3.64
310 400 x1.29 541 x1.74 712 x2.3 906 x2.92 1113 x3.59

These male standards are based on 476 filtered lifts.

Female Horizontal Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
100 58 x0.58 117 x1.17 201 x2.01 308 x3.08 430 x4.3
110 70 x0.63 133 x1.21 222 x2.02 333 x3.03 460 x4.18
120 81 x0.68 149 x1.24 242 x2.01 357 x2.98 488 x4.07
130 92 x0.71 164 x1.26 261 x2.01 380 x2.92 515 x3.96
140 103 x0.74 178 x1.27 279 x1.99 402 x2.87 540 x3.86
150 114 x0.76 192 x1.28 296 x1.98 423 x2.82 565 x3.76
160 124 x0.78 206 x1.29 313 x1.96 443 x2.77 588 x3.67
170 135 x0.79 219 x1.29 329 x1.94 462 x2.72 610 x3.59
180 145 x0.8 232 x1.29 345 x1.92 481 x2.67 631 x3.51
190 155 x0.81 244 x1.29 360 x1.9 499 x2.62 651 x3.43
200 164 x0.82 256 x1.28 375 x1.87 516 x2.58 671 x3.36
210 174 x0.83 268 x1.28 389 x1.85 532 x2.54 690 x3.29
220 183 x0.83 280 x1.27 403 x1.83 549 x2.49 709 x3.22
230 192 x0.83 291 x1.26 416 x1.81 564 x2.45 726 x3.16
240 201 x0.84 302 x1.26 429 x1.79 579 x2.41 743 x3.1
250 210 x0.84 312 x1.25 442 x1.77 594 x2.38 760 x3.04
260 218 x0.84 323 x1.24 454 x1.75 608 x2.34 776 x2.99

These female standards are based on 102 filtered lifts.

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.

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