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 based on 5,000 lifts collected from users of Strength Level.

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Male Horizontal Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
120 108 x0.9 195 x1.62 313 x2.61 460 x3.83 626 x5.22
130 125 x0.96 217 x1.67 342 x2.63 494 x3.8 666 x5.12
140 141 x1.01 239 x1.71 369 x2.64 527 x3.76 704 x5.03
150 158 x1.05 260 x1.74 395 x2.64 558 x3.72 740 x4.93
160 174 x1.09 281 x1.76 421 x2.63 589 x3.68 775 x4.84
170 190 x1.12 301 x1.77 445 x2.62 618 x3.63 808 x4.75
180 206 x1.14 321 x1.78 469 x2.61 646 x3.59 840 x4.67
190 221 x1.16 340 x1.79 492 x2.59 673 x3.54 871 x4.58
200 236 x1.18 359 x1.79 515 x2.57 699 x3.5 901 x4.5
210 251 x1.2 377 x1.8 537 x2.56 724 x3.45 930 x4.43
220 266 x1.21 395 x1.8 558 x2.54 749 x3.41 958 x4.35
230 280 x1.22 413 x1.79 579 x2.52 773 x3.36 985 x4.28
240 294 x1.23 430 x1.79 599 x2.5 796 x3.32 1011 x4.21
250 308 x1.23 446 x1.79 619 x2.47 819 x3.28 1037 x4.15
260 322 x1.24 463 x1.78 638 x2.45 841 x3.24 1061 x4.08
270 335 x1.24 479 x1.77 657 x2.43 863 x3.19 1085 x4.02
280 348 x1.24 494 x1.77 675 x2.41 884 x3.16 1109 x3.96
290 361 x1.24 510 x1.76 693 x2.39 904 x3.12 1132 x3.9
300 374 x1.25 525 x1.75 710 x2.37 924 x3.08 1154 x3.85
310 386 x1.25 539 x1.74 728 x2.35 944 x3.04 1176 x3.79

These male standards are based on 1,000 filtered lifts.

Female Horizontal Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
100 75 x0.75 145 x1.45 241 x2.41 363 x3.63 501 x5.01
110 80 x0.73 152 x1.38 250 x2.28 374 x3.4 514 x4.67
120 85 x0.71 158 x1.32 259 x2.16 384 x3.2 526 x4.38
130 90 x0.69 164 x1.26 267 x2.05 393 x3.03 537 x4.13
140 94 x0.67 170 x1.22 274 x1.96 402 x2.87 548 x3.91
150 98 x0.65 176 x1.17 281 x1.87 411 x2.74 557 x3.72
160 102 x0.64 181 x1.13 287 x1.8 419 x2.62 567 x3.54
170 106 x0.62 186 x1.09 294 x1.73 426 x2.51 575 x3.38
180 109 x0.61 190 x1.06 300 x1.66 433 x2.41 584 x3.24
190 113 x0.59 195 x1.03 305 x1.61 440 x2.32 592 x3.11
200 116 x0.58 199 x1 311 x1.55 447 x2.23 599 x3
210 119 x0.57 204 x0.97 316 x1.5 453 x2.16 606 x2.89
220 122 x0.56 208 x0.94 321 x1.46 459 x2.09 613 x2.79
230 125 x0.54 211 x0.92 326 x1.42 465 x2.02 620 x2.7
240 128 x0.53 215 x0.9 330 x1.38 470 x1.96 626 x2.61
250 131 x0.52 219 x0.88 335 x1.34 475 x1.9 633 x2.53
260 134 x0.51 222 x0.86 339 x1.3 481 x1.85 639 x2.46

These female standards are based on 551 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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