Sled Leg Press Standards (lb)

These sled 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 sled 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 Sled Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
120 139 x1.16 231 x1.93 352 x2.94 499 x4.16 662 x5.52
130 160 x1.23 257 x1.98 384 x2.96 537 x4.13 706 x5.43
140 180 x1.29 283 x2.02 415 x2.97 573 x4.1 748 x5.34
150 200 x1.33 308 x2.05 445 x2.97 608 x4.06 788 x5.25
160 219 x1.37 332 x2.07 474 x2.96 642 x4.01 826 x5.16
170 239 x1.4 355 x2.09 502 x2.95 675 x3.97 863 x5.08
180 257 x1.43 378 x2.1 529 x2.94 706 x3.92 899 x4.99
190 276 x1.45 400 x2.11 556 x2.93 737 x3.88 933 x4.91
200 294 x1.47 422 x2.11 581 x2.91 766 x3.83 966 x4.83
210 312 x1.48 443 x2.11 606 x2.89 795 x3.78 998 x4.75
220 329 x1.5 464 x2.11 631 x2.87 822 x3.74 1029 x4.68
230 346 x1.51 484 x2.11 654 x2.84 849 x3.69 1059 x4.6
240 363 x1.51 504 x2.1 677 x2.82 875 x3.65 1088 x4.53
250 380 x1.52 524 x2.09 700 x2.8 901 x3.6 1117 x4.47
260 396 x1.52 543 x2.09 721 x2.77 926 x3.56 1144 x4.4
270 412 x1.52 561 x2.08 743 x2.75 950 x3.52 1171 x4.34
280 427 x1.53 579 x2.07 764 x2.73 973 x3.48 1197 x4.28
290 442 x1.53 597 x2.06 784 x2.7 996 x3.44 1223 x4.22
300 458 x1.53 615 x2.05 804 x2.68 1019 x3.4 1248 x4.16
310 472 x1.52 632 x2.04 824 x2.66 1041 x3.36 1272 x4.1

These male standards are based on 590 filtered lifts.

Female Sled Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
100 65 x0.65 137 x1.37 243 x2.43 378 x3.78 534 x5.34
110 75 x0.68 152 x1.38 262 x2.38 402 x3.65 563 x5.12
120 85 x0.71 166 x1.38 280 x2.34 424 x3.54 590 x4.91
130 95 x0.73 180 x1.38 298 x2.29 446 x3.43 615 x4.73
140 104 x0.74 193 x1.38 315 x2.25 466 x3.33 639 x4.56
150 113 x0.76 205 x1.37 330 x2.2 486 x3.24 661 x4.41
160 122 x0.76 217 x1.36 346 x2.16 504 x3.15 683 x4.27
170 131 x0.77 229 x1.35 360 x2.12 522 x3.07 703 x4.14
180 140 x0.78 240 x1.33 374 x2.08 539 x2.99 723 x4.02
190 148 x0.78 251 x1.32 388 x2.04 555 x2.92 742 x3.9
200 156 x0.78 262 x1.31 401 x2.01 570 x2.85 760 x3.8
210 164 x0.78 272 x1.29 414 x1.97 585 x2.79 777 x3.7
220 172 x0.78 282 x1.28 426 x1.94 600 x2.73 794 x3.61
230 179 x0.78 291 x1.27 438 x1.9 614 x2.67 810 x3.52
240 187 x0.78 301 x1.25 449 x1.87 628 x2.62 826 x3.44
250 194 x0.78 310 x1.24 461 x1.84 641 x2.56 841 x3.36
260 201 x0.77 319 x1.23 471 x1.81 654 x2.51 855 x3.29

These female standards are based on 111 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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