Hex bar deadlift strength standards help you to compare your one-rep max lift with other lifters at your bodyweight.

Our hex bar deadlift standards are based on 73,000 lifts by Strength Level users.

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BW | Beg. | Nov. | Int. | Adv. | Elite |
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110 | 119 x1.08 | 171 x1.55 | 236 x2.14 | 311 x2.83 | 393 x3.57 |

120 | 134 x1.12 | 189 x1.58 | 257 x2.15 | 336 x2.8 | 421 x3.51 |

130 | 149 x1.15 | 207 x1.59 | 278 x2.14 | 360 x2.77 | 447 x3.44 |

140 | 164 x1.17 | 224 x1.6 | 298 x2.13 | 382 x2.73 | 472 x3.37 |

150 | 178 x1.18 | 241 x1.6 | 317 x2.11 | 404 x2.69 | 496 x3.31 |

160 | 192 x1.2 | 257 x1.6 | 335 x2.1 | 424 x2.65 | 519 x3.24 |

170 | 205 x1.21 | 272 x1.6 | 353 x2.08 | 444 x2.61 | 541 x3.18 |

180 | 218 x1.21 | 287 x1.6 | 370 x2.06 | 463 x2.57 | 562 x3.12 |

190 | 231 x1.21 | 302 x1.59 | 387 x2.03 | 482 x2.54 | 582 x3.07 |

200 | 243 x1.22 | 316 x1.58 | 403 x2.01 | 500 x2.5 | 602 x3.01 |

210 | 255 x1.22 | 330 x1.57 | 418 x1.99 | 517 x2.46 | 621 x2.96 |

220 | 267 x1.21 | 343 x1.56 | 433 x1.97 | 534 x2.43 | 639 x2.91 |

230 | 279 x1.21 | 356 x1.55 | 448 x1.95 | 550 x2.39 | 657 x2.86 |

240 | 290 x1.21 | 369 x1.54 | 462 x1.93 | 566 x2.36 | 674 x2.81 |

250 | 301 x1.2 | 382 x1.53 | 476 x1.9 | 581 x2.33 | 691 x2.77 |

260 | 312 x1.2 | 394 x1.51 | 490 x1.88 | 596 x2.29 | 708 x2.72 |

270 | 323 x1.19 | 406 x1.5 | 503 x1.86 | 611 x2.26 | 723 x2.68 |

280 | 333 x1.19 | 417 x1.49 | 516 x1.84 | 625 x2.23 | 739 x2.64 |

290 | 343 x1.18 | 429 x1.48 | 529 x1.82 | 639 x2.2 | 754 x2.6 |

300 | 353 x1.18 | 440 x1.47 | 541 x1.8 | 653 x2.18 | 769 x2.56 |

310 | 363 x1.17 | 451 x1.45 | 553 x1.78 | 666 x2.15 | 783 x2.53 |

All | 199 | 276 | 369 | 476 | 591 |

These male standards were last updated 4 days ago and are based on 28,000 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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90 | 67 x0.74 | 105 x1.17 | 155 x1.72 | 214 x2.38 | 280 x3.11 |

100 | 74 x0.74 | 115 x1.15 | 166 x1.66 | 227 x2.27 | 295 x2.95 |

110 | 82 x0.74 | 124 x1.12 | 177 x1.61 | 240 x2.18 | 309 x2.81 |

120 | 88 x0.74 | 132 x1.1 | 187 x1.56 | 251 x2.1 | 322 x2.68 |

130 | 95 x0.73 | 140 x1.08 | 196 x1.51 | 262 x2.02 | 334 x2.57 |

140 | 101 x0.72 | 147 x1.05 | 205 x1.47 | 273 x1.95 | 346 x2.47 |

150 | 107 x0.71 | 155 x1.03 | 214 x1.43 | 282 x1.88 | 357 x2.38 |

160 | 113 x0.71 | 162 x1.01 | 222 x1.39 | 292 x1.82 | 367 x2.3 |

170 | 118 x0.7 | 168 x0.99 | 230 x1.35 | 301 x1.77 | 377 x2.22 |

180 | 124 x0.69 | 175 x0.97 | 237 x1.32 | 309 x1.72 | 387 x2.15 |

190 | 129 x0.68 | 181 x0.95 | 244 x1.29 | 317 x1.67 | 396 x2.08 |

200 | 134 x0.67 | 187 x0.93 | 251 x1.26 | 325 x1.63 | 405 x2.02 |

210 | 139 x0.66 | 192 x0.92 | 258 x1.23 | 333 x1.58 | 413 x1.97 |

220 | 144 x0.65 | 198 x0.9 | 264 x1.2 | 340 x1.54 | 421 x1.91 |

230 | 148 x0.64 | 203 x0.88 | 270 x1.18 | 347 x1.51 | 429 x1.86 |

240 | 153 x0.64 | 208 x0.87 | 276 x1.15 | 354 x1.47 | 436 x1.82 |

250 | 157 x0.63 | 213 x0.85 | 282 x1.13 | 360 x1.44 | 444 x1.77 |

260 | 161 x0.62 | 218 x0.84 | 288 x1.11 | 367 x1.41 | 451 x1.73 |

All | 100 | 149 | 211 | 284 | 363 |

These female standards were last updated 4 days ago and are based on 4,000 filtered lifts.

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

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

- 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.

Compare hex bar deadlift versus one of the following exercises:

Bench Deadlift Squat Shoulder Press Barbell Curl Bent Over Row Front Squat Incline Bench Press Romanian Deadlift Barbell Shrug Hip Thrust Upright Row Decline Bench Press Good Morning T-Bar Row Pendlay Row Lying Tricep Extension Tricep Extension