Push Jerk Standards (lb)

Push jerk strength standards help you to compare your one-rep max lift with other lifters at your bodyweight.

Our push jerk standards are new and we will be refining them over the next six months as we collect more data from lifters using Strength Level.

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Male Push Jerk Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
110 57 x0.52 86 x0.79 124 x1.12 168 x1.52 216 x1.96
120 66 x0.55 97 x0.81 136 x1.13 182 x1.52 232 x1.93
130 74 x0.57 107 x0.82 148 x1.14 196 x1.51 247 x1.9
140 82 x0.59 117 x0.83 160 x1.14 209 x1.49 262 x1.87
150 90 x0.6 126 x0.84 171 x1.14 222 x1.48 276 x1.84
160 98 x0.61 136 x0.85 181 x1.13 234 x1.46 290 x1.81
170 106 x0.62 145 x0.85 192 x1.13 246 x1.44 303 x1.78
180 113 x0.63 153 x0.85 202 x1.12 257 x1.43 316 x1.75
190 121 x0.63 162 x0.85 211 x1.11 268 x1.41 328 x1.73
200 128 x0.64 170 x0.85 221 x1.1 278 x1.39 340 x1.7
210 135 x0.64 178 x0.85 230 x1.1 289 x1.38 351 x1.67
220 142 x0.64 186 x0.85 239 x1.09 299 x1.36 362 x1.65
230 148 x0.64 194 x0.84 248 x1.08 308 x1.34 373 x1.62
240 155 x0.65 201 x0.84 256 x1.07 318 x1.32 383 x1.6
250 161 x0.64 208 x0.83 264 x1.06 327 x1.31 393 x1.57
260 168 x0.64 216 x0.83 272 x1.05 336 x1.29 403 x1.55
270 174 x0.64 223 x0.82 280 x1.04 345 x1.28 412 x1.53
280 180 x0.64 229 x0.82 288 x1.03 353 x1.26 422 x1.51
290 186 x0.64 236 x0.81 296 x1.02 362 x1.25 431 x1.49
300 192 x0.64 243 x0.81 303 x1.01 370 x1.23 440 x1.47
310 197 x0.64 249 x0.8 310 x1 378 x1.22 448 x1.45
All 103 147 200 262 329

These male standards were last updated 5 days ago and are based on 1,000 filtered lifts.

Note: these barbell standards include the weight of the bar, normally 20 kg / 44 lb.

Female Push Jerk Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
90 53 x0.59 72 x0.8 94 x1.05 120 x1.33 147 x1.63
100 57 x0.57 76 x0.76 99 x0.99 125 x1.25 153 x1.53
110 60 x0.54 79 x0.72 103 x0.94 130 x1.18 158 x1.43
120 63 x0.52 83 x0.69 107 x0.89 134 x1.12 162 x1.35
130 66 x0.5 86 x0.66 110 x0.85 138 x1.06 167 x1.28
140 68 x0.49 89 x0.64 114 x0.81 142 x1.01 171 x1.22
150 71 x0.47 92 x0.61 117 x0.78 145 x0.97 175 x1.17
160 73 x0.46 94 x0.59 120 x0.75 148 x0.93 179 x1.12
170 75 x0.44 97 x0.57 123 x0.72 152 x0.89 182 x1.07
180 77 x0.43 99 x0.55 126 x0.7 155 x0.86 185 x1.03
190 79 x0.42 102 x0.54 128 x0.67 158 x0.83 189 x0.99
200 81 x0.41 104 x0.52 131 x0.65 160 x0.8 192 x0.96
210 83 x0.4 106 x0.51 133 x0.63 163 x0.78 195 x0.93
220 85 x0.39 108 x0.49 135 x0.62 166 x0.75 197 x0.9
230 87 x0.38 110 x0.48 138 x0.6 168 x0.73 200 x0.87
240 89 x0.37 112 x0.47 140 x0.58 170 x0.71 203 x0.84
250 90 x0.36 114 x0.46 142 x0.57 173 x0.69 205 x0.82
260 92 x0.35 116 x0.45 144 x0.55 175 x0.67 208 x0.8
All 68 90 115 144 175

These female standards were last updated 5 days ago and are based on 1,000 filtered lifts.

Note: these barbell standards include the weight of the bar, normally 20 kg / 44 lb.

What is my exact level?

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

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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

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