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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 236,000 lifts by Strength Level users.

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Male Horizontal Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
110 76 x0.69 155 x1.41 267 x2.43 411 x3.73 576 x5.24
120 90 x0.75 176 x1.46 295 x2.45 444 x3.7 616 x5.13
130 105 x0.81 196 x1.51 321 x2.47 477 x3.67 654 x5.03
140 120 x0.86 216 x1.54 346 x2.47 507 x3.62 690 x4.93
150 135 x0.9 235 x1.57 371 x2.47 537 x3.58 724 x4.83
160 149 x0.93 254 x1.59 394 x2.47 565 x3.53 757 x4.73
170 163 x0.96 273 x1.6 417 x2.45 593 x3.49 789 x4.64
180 177 x0.98 291 x1.61 439 x2.44 619 x3.44 819 x4.55
190 191 x1 308 x1.62 461 x2.43 644 x3.39 848 x4.46
200 204 x1.02 325 x1.63 482 x2.41 669 x3.35 876 x4.38
210 218 x1.04 342 x1.63 502 x2.39 693 x3.3 904 x4.3
220 231 x1.05 358 x1.63 522 x2.37 716 x3.26 930 x4.23
230 244 x1.06 374 x1.63 541 x2.35 739 x3.21 956 x4.16
240 256 x1.07 390 x1.62 560 x2.33 760 x3.17 981 x4.09
250 269 x1.07 405 x1.62 578 x2.31 782 x3.13 1005 x4.02
260 281 x1.08 420 x1.62 596 x2.29 802 x3.09 1028 x3.95
270 293 x1.08 435 x1.61 613 x2.27 823 x3.05 1051 x3.89
280 305 x1.09 449 x1.6 630 x2.25 842 x3.01 1073 x3.83
290 316 x1.09 463 x1.6 647 x2.23 861 x2.97 1095 x3.78
300 328 x1.09 477 x1.59 663 x2.21 880 x2.93 1116 x3.72
310 339 x1.09 490 x1.58 679 x2.19 899 x2.9 1137 x3.67
All 149 265 421 613 830

These male standards were last updated a week ago and are based on 48,000 filtered lifts.

Female Horizontal Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
90 49 x0.55 108 x1.2 194 x2.16 305 x3.39 434 x4.82
100 56 x0.56 118 x1.18 207 x2.07 321 x3.21 453 x4.53
110 62 x0.56 126 x1.15 218 x1.98 335 x3.05 470 x4.27
120 68 x0.57 135 x1.12 229 x1.91 349 x2.91 486 x4.05
130 74 x0.57 143 x1.1 240 x1.84 362 x2.78 501 x3.85
140 79 x0.56 150 x1.07 249 x1.78 374 x2.67 515 x3.68
150 84 x0.56 158 x1.05 259 x1.72 385 x2.57 528 x3.52
160 89 x0.56 164 x1.03 268 x1.67 396 x2.47 541 x3.38
170 94 x0.55 171 x1.01 276 x1.62 406 x2.39 553 x3.25
180 99 x0.55 177 x0.99 284 x1.58 416 x2.31 564 x3.14
190 104 x0.55 184 x0.97 292 x1.54 425 x2.24 575 x3.03
200 108 x0.54 190 x0.95 299 x1.5 434 x2.17 586 x2.93
210 112 x0.54 195 x0.93 306 x1.46 443 x2.11 596 x2.84
220 117 x0.53 201 x0.91 313 x1.42 451 x2.05 605 x2.75
230 121 x0.52 206 x0.9 320 x1.39 459 x2 615 x2.67
240 125 x0.52 211 x0.88 327 x1.36 467 x1.94 624 x2.6
250 129 x0.51 216 x0.87 333 x1.33 474 x1.9 632 x2.53
260 132 x0.51 221 x0.85 339 x1.3 481 x1.85 641 x2.46
All 79 153 255 385 532

These female standards were last updated a week ago and are based on 23,000 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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