Push Ups Standards (lb)

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

Our push ups standards are based on 86,000 lifts by Strength Level users.

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Select your weight unit: Kilograms (kg) Pounds (lb)

Male Push Ups Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
110 < 1 -6 lb 18 +63 lb 43 +154 lb 73 +265 lb 106 +388 lb
120 2 +2 lb 19 +76 lb 43 +172 lb 72 +287 lb 104 +416 lb
130 4 +9 lb 21 +88 lb 44 +189 lb 72 +309 lb 102 +442 lb
140 5 +16 lb 22 +99 lb 44 +204 lb 71 +329 lb 100 +466 lb
150 6 +23 lb 22 +110 lb 44 +219 lb 70 +348 lb 98 +489 lb
160 7 +30 lb 23 +120 lb 44 +233 lb 69 +366 lb 96 +510 lb
170 8 +36 lb 23 +130 lb 44 +247 lb 68 +383 lb 94 +531 lb
180 8 +42 lb 24 +139 lb 44 +259 lb 67 +399 lb 92 +550 lb
190 9 +48 lb 24 +148 lb 43 +271 lb 66 +414 lb 90 +568 lb
200 9 +53 lb 24 +156 lb 43 +282 lb 65 +428 lb 88 +585 lb
210 9 +58 lb 24 +164 lb 42 +293 lb 64 +442 lb 86 +601 lb
220 9 +63 lb 24 +171 lb 42 +303 lb 62 +455 lb 85 +617 lb
230 10 +67 lb 24 +178 lb 41 +313 lb 61 +467 lb 83 +632 lb
240 10 +72 lb 24 +185 lb 41 +322 lb 60 +478 lb 81 +646 lb
250 10 +75 lb 23 +191 lb 40 +331 lb 59 +489 lb 80 +659 lb
260 10 +79 lb 23 +197 lb 40 +339 lb 58 +500 lb 78 +672 lb
270 10 +82 lb 23 +202 lb 39 +347 lb 57 +510 lb 76 +684 lb
280 10 +86 lb 23 +207 lb 38 +354 lb 56 +519 lb 75 +695 lb
290 10 +89 lb 22 +212 lb 38 +361 lb 55 +529 lb 74 +706 lb
300 10 +91 lb 22 +217 lb 37 +367 lb 54 +537 lb 72 +717 lb
310 10 +94 lb 22 +221 lb 37 +374 lb 53 +545 lb 71 +727 lb
All 4 21 44 72 102

These male standards were last updated 5 days ago and are based on 65,000 filtered lifts.

Female Push Ups Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
90 < 1 -26 lb 6 +11 lb 20 +60 lb 39 +117 lb 61 +181 lb
100 < 1 -24 lb 7 +16 lb 21 +68 lb 39 +128 lb 59 +195 lb
110 < 1 -22 lb 7 +21 lb 21 +75 lb 38 +138 lb 57 +207 lb
120 < 1 -21 lb 8 +24 lb 21 +81 lb 37 +147 lb 55 +219 lb
130 < 1 -20 lb 8 +28 lb 21 +87 lb 36 +155 lb 53 +229 lb
140 < 1 -19 lb 8 +31 lb 20 +92 lb 35 +162 lb 52 +238 lb
150 < 1 -18 lb 8 +33 lb 20 +96 lb 34 +169 lb 50 +247 lb
160 < 1 -18 lb 8 +35 lb 19 +100 lb 33 +175 lb 48 +254 lb
170 < 1 -18 lb 8 +37 lb 19 +104 lb 32 +180 lb 47 +261 lb
180 < 1 -19 lb 8 +38 lb 18 +107 lb 31 +185 lb 45 +267 lb
190 < 1 -19 lb 8 +39 lb 18 +109 lb 30 +189 lb 44 +273 lb
200 < 1 -20 lb 7 +40 lb 17 +111 lb 29 +192 lb 42 +278 lb
210 < 1 -21 lb 7 +40 lb 17 +113 lb 28 +196 lb 41 +283 lb
220 < 1 -22 lb 7 +40 lb 16 +115 lb 28 +198 lb 40 +287 lb
230 < 1 -24 lb 7 +40 lb 16 +116 lb 27 +201 lb 38 +291 lb
240 < 1 -25 lb 7 +40 lb 15 +117 lb 26 +203 lb 37 +294 lb
250 < 1 -27 lb 6 +39 lb 15 +117 lb 25 +205 lb 36 +297 lb
260 < 1 -29 lb 6 +38 lb 14 +117 lb 24 +206 lb 35 +299 lb
All < 1 7 20 38 57

These female standards were last updated 5 days ago and are based on 9,000 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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Power Clean 214,000 lifts Snatch 66,000 lifts Clean & Jerk 66,000 lifts Push Press 44,000 lifts Clean 47,000 lifts Clean & Press 79,000 lifts Thruster (experimental) Push Jerk (experimental)

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Exercise Comparisons

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