Seated Dumbbell Curl

Seated Dumbbell Curl Standards

Measured in lb

Seated Dumbbell Curl strength standards help you to compare your one-rep max lift with other lifters at your bodyweight.

Our community Seated Dumbbell Curl standards are based on 6,000 lifts by Strength Level users
Seated Dumbbell Curl

Male Seated Dumbbell Curl Standards (lb)

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Strength Level Weight
Beginner 17 lb
Novice 30 lb
Intermediate 49 lb
Advanced 72 lb
Elite 98 lb
Strength Level Bodyweight Ratio
Beginner 0.10x
Novice 0.20x
Intermediate 0.30x
Advanced 0.40x
Elite 0.55x

How much should I be able to Seated Dumbbell Curl? (lb)

What is the average Seated Dumbbell Curl? The average Seated Dumbbell Curl weight for a male lifter is 49 lb (1RM). This makes you Intermediate on Strength Level and is a very impressive lift.

What is a good Seated Dumbbell Curl? Male beginners should aim to lift 17 lb (1RM) which is still impressive compared to the general population.

Dumbbell weights are for one dumbbell and include the weight of the bar, normally 2 kg / 4.4 lb

By Weight and Age

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
110 9 18 32 50 71
120 10 21 35 54 75
130 12 23 38 57 80
140 13 25 41 61 84
150 15 27 44 64 87
160 16 29 46 67 91
170 18 31 49 70 94
180 19 33 51 73 98
190 21 35 53 76 101
200 22 37 56 79 104
210 24 38 58 81 107
220 25 40 60 84 110
230 26 42 62 86 113
240 28 44 64 88 115
250 29 45 66 91 118
260 30 47 68 93 121
270 31 48 70 95 123
280 33 50 72 97 125
290 34 51 73 99 128
300 35 53 75 101 130
310 36 54 77 103 132
Age Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
15 14 26 42 61 83
20 16 30 48 70 95
25 17 30 49 72 98
30 17 30 49 72 98
35 17 30 49 72 98
40 17 30 49 72 98
45 16 29 46 68 93
50 15 27 44 64 87
55 14 25 40 59 81
60 13 23 37 54 73
65 11 21 33 49 66
70 10 19 30 44 60
75 9 17 27 39 53
80 8 15 24 35 48
85 7 13 21 31 43
90 7 12 19 28 38

How many sets and reps of Seated Dumbbell Curl should I do?

These are the most popular Seated Dumbbell Curl workouts done by male lifters:

3x10 30%
3x12 14%
3x8 7%
2x10 6%
4x10 6%

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Female Seated Dumbbell Curl Standards (lb)

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Strength Level Weight
Beginner 9 lb
Novice 17 lb
Intermediate 29 lb
Advanced 43 lb
Elite 59 lb
Strength Level Bodyweight Ratio
Beginner 0.05x
Novice 0.10x
Intermediate 0.20x
Advanced 0.30x
Elite 0.40x

How much should I be able to Seated Dumbbell Curl? (lb)

What is the average Seated Dumbbell Curl? The average Seated Dumbbell Curl weight for a female lifter is 29 lb (1RM). This makes you Intermediate on Strength Level and is a very impressive lift.

What is a good Seated Dumbbell Curl? Female beginners should aim to lift 9 lb (1RM) which is still impressive compared to the general population.

Dumbbell weights are for one dumbbell and include the weight of the bar, normally 2 kg / 4.4 lb

By Weight and Age

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
90 5 11 20 32 45
100 6 13 22 34 48
110 7 14 24 36 51
120 8 15 25 38 53
130 9 16 27 40 55
140 10 18 28 42 57
150 10 19 30 44 59
160 11 20 31 45 61
170 12 21 33 47 63
180 13 22 34 48 65
190 14 23 35 50 66
200 14 24 36 51 68
210 15 25 37 53 70
220 16 25 38 54 71
230 16 26 39 55 72
240 17 27 40 56 74
250 18 28 41 57 75
260 18 29 42 59 76
Age Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
15 8 15 25 37 50
20 9 17 28 42 58
25 9 17 29 43 59
30 9 17 29 43 59
35 9 17 29 43 59
40 9 17 29 43 59
45 9 17 27 41 56
50 8 16 26 38 53
55 8 14 24 35 49
60 7 13 22 32 45
65 6 12 20 29 40
70 6 11 18 26 36
75 5 10 16 23 32
80 5 9 14 21 29
85 4 8 13 19 26
90 4 7 11 17 23

How many sets and reps of Seated Dumbbell Curl should I do?

These are the most popular Seated Dumbbell Curl workouts done by female lifters:

3x10 26%
3x12 15%
3x8 7%
4x10 7%
2x10 7%

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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.