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 23,000 lifts by Strength Level users.

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Male Horizontal Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
110 87 x0.79 167 x1.52 280 x2.54 421 x3.82 582 x5.29
120 104 x0.87 191 x1.59 310 x2.58 457 x3.81 625 x5.2
130 121 x0.93 213 x1.64 338 x2.6 492 x3.78 665 x5.12
140 138 x0.98 236 x1.68 366 x2.61 525 x3.75 704 x5.03
150 154 x1.03 257 x1.71 393 x2.62 557 x3.71 741 x4.94
160 171 x1.07 278 x1.74 419 x2.62 588 x3.68 776 x4.85
170 187 x1.1 299 x1.76 444 x2.61 618 x3.63 810 x4.77
180 203 x1.13 319 x1.77 468 x2.6 646 x3.59 843 x4.68
190 218 x1.15 338 x1.78 492 x2.59 674 x3.55 875 x4.6
200 234 x1.17 357 x1.79 515 x2.57 701 x3.5 905 x4.53
210 249 x1.19 376 x1.79 537 x2.56 727 x3.46 935 x4.45
220 264 x1.2 394 x1.79 559 x2.54 752 x3.42 963 x4.38
230 278 x1.21 412 x1.79 580 x2.52 777 x3.38 991 x4.31
240 293 x1.22 430 x1.79 601 x2.5 801 x3.34 1018 x4.24
250 307 x1.23 447 x1.79 621 x2.48 824 x3.3 1044 x4.18
260 321 x1.23 463 x1.78 641 x2.46 846 x3.26 1070 x4.11
270 334 x1.24 480 x1.78 660 x2.44 869 x3.22 1094 x4.05
280 348 x1.24 496 x1.77 679 x2.42 890 x3.18 1119 x4
290 361 x1.24 511 x1.76 697 x2.4 911 x3.14 1142 x3.94
300 374 x1.25 527 x1.76 715 x2.38 932 x3.11 1165 x3.88
310 387 x1.25 542 x1.75 732 x2.36 952 x3.07 1188 x3.83
All 170 288 447 639 855

These male standards were last updated a week ago and are based on 16,000 filtered lifts.

Female Horizontal Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
90 54 x0.6 115 x1.27 203 x2.25 315 x3.5 446 x4.95
100 61 x0.61 125 x1.25 216 x2.16 332 x3.32 466 x4.66
110 68 x0.62 134 x1.22 228 x2.08 347 x3.16 484 x4.4
120 74 x0.62 143 x1.19 240 x2 362 x3.01 501 x4.17
130 80 x0.62 152 x1.17 251 x1.93 375 x2.89 517 x3.97
140 86 x0.62 160 x1.14 262 x1.87 388 x2.77 531 x3.8
150 92 x0.61 168 x1.12 271 x1.81 400 x2.67 546 x3.64
160 98 x0.61 175 x1.09 281 x1.76 411 x2.57 559 x3.49
170 103 x0.6 182 x1.07 290 x1.7 422 x2.48 572 x3.36
180 108 x0.6 189 x1.05 298 x1.66 432 x2.4 584 x3.24
190 113 x0.59 196 x1.03 307 x1.61 442 x2.33 595 x3.13
200 118 x0.59 202 x1.01 315 x1.57 452 x2.26 606 x3.03
210 123 x0.58 208 x0.99 322 x1.53 461 x2.2 617 x2.94
220 127 x0.58 214 x0.97 330 x1.5 470 x2.14 627 x2.85
230 132 x0.57 220 x0.96 337 x1.46 478 x2.08 637 x2.77
240 136 x0.57 225 x0.94 344 x1.43 487 x2.03 646 x2.69
250 140 x0.56 231 x0.92 350 x1.4 495 x1.98 655 x2.62
260 144 x0.55 236 x0.91 357 x1.37 502 x1.93 664 x2.55
All 85 161 266 397 546

These female standards were last updated a week ago and are based on 6,000 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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Exercise Comparisons

Compare horizontal leg press versus one of the following exercises:

Sled Leg Press Leg Extension Seated Leg Curl Lying Leg Curl Calf Raise