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Reverse Wrist Curl Standards (lb)

Reverse wrist curl strength standards help you to compare your one-rep max lift with other lifters at your bodyweight.

Our reverse wrist curl 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 Reverse Wrist Curl Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
110 1 x0.01 23 x0.21 77 x0.7 163 x1.49 276 x2.51
120 2 x0.02 28 x0.23 87 x0.72 178 x1.48 295 x2.45
130 4 x0.03 34 x0.26 96 x0.74 191 x1.47 312 x2.4
140 6 x0.04 39 x0.28 106 x0.75 204 x1.46 329 x2.35
150 8 x0.05 45 x0.3 115 x0.76 217 x1.45 345 x2.3
160 11 x0.07 50 x0.32 124 x0.77 229 x1.43 360 x2.25
170 13 x0.08 56 x0.33 132 x0.78 241 x1.42 374 x2.2
180 16 x0.09 61 x0.34 141 x0.78 252 x1.4 388 x2.16
190 19 x0.1 67 x0.35 149 x0.78 263 x1.38 402 x2.11
200 22 x0.11 72 x0.36 157 x0.78 273 x1.37 415 x2.07
210 25 x0.12 78 x0.37 164 x0.78 284 x1.35 427 x2.03
220 28 x0.13 83 x0.38 172 x0.78 293 x1.33 439 x2
230 31 x0.13 88 x0.38 179 x0.78 303 x1.32 451 x1.96
240 34 x0.14 93 x0.39 187 x0.78 312 x1.3 463 x1.93
250 37 x0.15 98 x0.39 194 x0.77 321 x1.29 474 x1.89
260 40 x0.15 103 x0.4 200 x0.77 330 x1.27 484 x1.86
270 43 x0.16 108 x0.4 207 x0.77 339 x1.26 495 x1.83
280 46 x0.16 113 x0.4 214 x0.76 347 x1.24 505 x1.8
290 49 x0.17 117 x0.4 220 x0.76 356 x1.23 515 x1.78
300 52 x0.17 122 x0.41 227 x0.76 364 x1.21 525 x1.75
310 55 x0.18 126 x0.41 233 x0.75 372 x1.2 534 x1.72
All 12 55 134 247 387

These male standards were last updated 4 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 Reverse Wrist Curl Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
90 3 x0.03 10 x0.11 21 x0.23 37 x0.41 56 x0.62
100 4 x0.04 11 x0.11 23 x0.23 39 x0.39 59 x0.59
110 4 x0.04 12 x0.11 24 x0.22 41 x0.37 61 x0.56
120 5 x0.04 13 x0.11 26 x0.22 43 x0.36 64 x0.53
130 5 x0.04 14 x0.11 27 x0.21 45 x0.34 66 x0.51
140 6 x0.04 15 x0.11 29 x0.2 47 x0.33 68 x0.48
150 7 x0.04 16 x0.11 30 x0.2 48 x0.32 70 x0.47
160 7 x0.04 17 x0.1 31 x0.19 50 x0.31 72 x0.45
170 8 x0.05 18 x0.1 32 x0.19 51 x0.3 73 x0.43
180 8 x0.05 18 x0.1 33 x0.19 53 x0.29 75 x0.42
190 9 x0.05 19 x0.1 34 x0.18 54 x0.28 77 x0.4
200 9 x0.05 20 x0.1 35 x0.18 55 x0.28 78 x0.39
210 10 x0.05 21 x0.1 36 x0.17 56 x0.27 80 x0.38
220 10 x0.05 21 x0.1 37 x0.17 58 x0.26 81 x0.37
230 11 x0.05 22 x0.1 38 x0.17 59 x0.26 82 x0.36
240 11 x0.05 23 x0.1 39 x0.16 60 x0.25 84 x0.35
250 12 x0.05 24 x0.09 40 x0.16 61 x0.24 85 x0.34
260 12 x0.05 24 x0.09 41 x0.16 62 x0.24 86 x0.33
All 6 15 29 47 69

These female standards are based on rough estimates. They will be refined over the next few weeks using lifts submitted by people using Strength Level.

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

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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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