Horizontal Leg Press Standards (lb)

Horizontal leg press strength standards help you to compare your one-rep max lift with other lifters at your bodyweight.

Our horizontal leg press standards are based on 61,000 lifts by Strength Level users.

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Male Horizontal Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
110 84 x0.77 164 x1.49 276 x2.51 417 x3.79 579 x5.26
120 101 x0.84 187 x1.55 305 x2.54 452 x3.77 620 x5.16
130 117 x0.9 208 x1.6 332 x2.56 485 x3.73 659 x5.07
140 133 x0.95 229 x1.64 359 x2.56 517 x3.7 696 x4.97
150 148 x0.99 250 x1.67 384 x2.56 548 x3.65 731 x4.87
160 164 x1.02 270 x1.69 409 x2.56 578 x3.61 765 x4.78
170 179 x1.05 289 x1.7 433 x2.55 606 x3.56 798 x4.69
180 194 x1.08 308 x1.71 456 x2.54 633 x3.52 829 x4.61
190 209 x1.1 327 x1.72 479 x2.52 660 x3.47 859 x4.52
200 223 x1.12 345 x1.73 501 x2.5 685 x3.43 889 x4.44
210 238 x1.13 363 x1.73 522 x2.49 710 x3.38 917 x4.37
220 252 x1.14 380 x1.73 543 x2.47 734 x3.34 944 x4.29
230 265 x1.15 397 x1.73 563 x2.45 758 x3.29 971 x4.22
240 279 x1.16 413 x1.72 582 x2.43 780 x3.25 996 x4.15
250 292 x1.17 429 x1.72 601 x2.41 802 x3.21 1021 x4.08
260 305 x1.17 445 x1.71 620 x2.39 824 x3.17 1045 x4.02
270 318 x1.18 461 x1.71 638 x2.36 845 x3.13 1069 x3.96
280 331 x1.18 476 x1.7 656 x2.34 865 x3.09 1092 x3.9
290 343 x1.18 491 x1.69 674 x2.32 885 x3.05 1115 x3.84
300 355 x1.18 505 x1.68 691 x2.3 905 x3.02 1136 x3.79
310 367 x1.18 520 x1.68 707 x2.28 924 x2.98 1158 x3.73
All 163 280 437 627 842

These male standards were last updated 6 days ago and are based on 27,000 filtered lifts.

Female Horizontal Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
90 53 x0.58 113 x1.26 201 x2.23 314 x3.48 445 x4.94
100 59 x0.59 123 x1.23 214 x2.14 330 x3.3 464 x4.64
110 66 x0.6 132 x1.2 226 x2.05 345 x3.13 481 x4.38
120 72 x0.6 141 x1.17 237 x1.97 358 x2.99 498 x4.15
130 78 x0.6 149 x1.14 248 x1.9 371 x2.86 513 x3.95
140 83 x0.6 157 x1.12 258 x1.84 384 x2.74 527 x3.77
150 89 x0.59 164 x1.09 267 x1.78 395 x2.64 541 x3.61
160 94 x0.59 171 x1.07 276 x1.73 406 x2.54 554 x3.46
170 99 x0.58 178 x1.05 285 x1.68 417 x2.45 566 x3.33
180 104 x0.58 184 x1.02 293 x1.63 427 x2.37 578 x3.21
190 109 x0.57 191 x1 301 x1.58 436 x2.3 589 x3.1
200 114 x0.57 197 x0.98 309 x1.54 446 x2.23 599 x3
210 118 x0.56 203 x0.97 316 x1.5 454 x2.16 610 x2.9
220 122 x0.56 208 x0.95 323 x1.47 463 x2.1 620 x2.82
230 127 x0.55 214 x0.93 330 x1.43 471 x2.05 629 x2.73
240 131 x0.54 219 x0.91 337 x1.4 479 x2 638 x2.66
250 135 x0.54 224 x0.9 343 x1.37 487 x1.95 647 x2.59
260 139 x0.53 229 x0.88 349 x1.34 494 x1.9 655 x2.52
All 83 158 263 394 543

These female standards were last updated 6 days ago and are based on 12,000 filtered lifts.

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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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