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 based on 7,000 lifts collected from users of Strength Level.

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Male Sled Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
120 118 x0.98 209 x1.74 333 x2.77 484 x4.04 656 x5.46
130 140 x1.07 238 x1.83 368 x2.83 527 x4.06 705 x5.43
140 161 x1.15 266 x1.9 403 x2.88 568 x4.06 753 x5.38
150 183 x1.22 293 x1.95 436 x2.91 608 x4.06 799 x5.33
160 204 x1.28 320 x2 469 x2.93 647 x4.04 843 x5.27
170 225 x1.33 346 x2.04 501 x2.95 684 x4.02 885 x5.21
180 246 x1.37 372 x2.07 532 x2.95 720 x4 926 x5.15
190 267 x1.4 397 x2.09 562 x2.96 755 x3.97 966 x5.08
200 287 x1.44 422 x2.11 591 x2.96 789 x3.94 1004 x5.02
210 307 x1.46 446 x2.13 620 x2.95 822 x3.91 1041 x4.96
220 327 x1.49 470 x2.14 648 x2.94 854 x3.88 1077 x4.9
230 346 x1.51 493 x2.14 675 x2.93 885 x3.85 1112 x4.84
240 365 x1.52 516 x2.15 702 x2.92 916 x3.82 1146 x4.78
250 384 x1.54 538 x2.15 728 x2.91 945 x3.78 1180 x4.72
260 403 x1.55 560 x2.15 753 x2.9 974 x3.75 1212 x4.66
270 421 x1.56 582 x2.15 778 x2.88 1002 x3.71 1243 x4.61
280 439 x1.57 603 x2.15 802 x2.86 1030 x3.68 1274 x4.55
290 457 x1.57 623 x2.15 826 x2.85 1057 x3.64 1304 x4.5
300 474 x1.58 644 x2.15 849 x2.83 1083 x3.61 1333 x4.44
310 491 x1.58 664 x2.14 872 x2.81 1109 x3.58 1362 x4.39

These male standards are based on 2,000 filtered lifts.

Female Sled Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
100 70 x0.7 144 x1.44 250 x2.5 385 x3.85 540 x5.4
110 79 x0.72 157 x1.43 267 x2.43 406 x3.69 565 x5.13
120 88 x0.73 169 x1.41 283 x2.36 425 x3.54 588 x4.9
130 97 x0.74 181 x1.39 298 x2.29 443 x3.41 609 x4.68
140 105 x0.75 192 x1.37 312 x2.23 460 x3.29 629 x4.49
150 112 x0.75 203 x1.35 325 x2.17 477 x3.18 648 x4.32
160 120 x0.75 213 x1.33 338 x2.11 492 x3.08 666 x4.16
170 127 x0.75 222 x1.31 350 x2.06 507 x2.98 683 x4.02
180 135 x0.75 232 x1.29 362 x2.01 521 x2.89 700 x3.89
190 141 x0.74 241 x1.27 373 x1.96 535 x2.81 715 x3.76
200 148 x0.74 250 x1.25 384 x1.92 548 x2.74 730 x3.65
210 155 x0.74 258 x1.23 395 x1.88 560 x2.67 745 x3.55
220 161 x0.73 266 x1.21 405 x1.84 572 x2.6 759 x3.45
230 167 x0.73 274 x1.19 415 x1.8 584 x2.54 772 x3.36
240 173 x0.72 282 x1.18 424 x1.77 595 x2.48 785 x3.27
250 179 x0.72 290 x1.16 433 x1.73 606 x2.42 798 x3.19
260 185 x0.71 297 x1.14 442 x1.7 617 x2.37 810 x3.11

These female standards are based on 504 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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