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Sled Leg Press Standards (lb)

Sled leg press strength standards help you to compare your one-rep max lift with other lifters at your bodyweight.

Our sled leg press standards are based on 341,000 lifts by Strength Level users.

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Male Sled Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
110 89 x0.81 173 x1.57 290 x2.64 438 x3.98 607 x5.52
120 108 x0.9 199 x1.66 324 x2.7 479 x3.99 656 x5.47
130 127 x0.98 225 x1.73 357 x2.75 519 x3.99 702 x5.4
140 147 x1.05 250 x1.79 389 x2.78 557 x3.98 747 x5.33
150 166 x1.11 275 x1.84 420 x2.8 594 x3.96 789 x5.26
160 185 x1.16 300 x1.87 450 x2.81 630 x3.94 830 x5.19
170 204 x1.2 323 x1.9 479 x2.82 664 x3.91 869 x5.11
180 222 x1.23 347 x1.93 507 x2.82 697 x3.87 907 x5.04
190 240 x1.27 370 x1.94 534 x2.81 729 x3.84 944 x4.97
200 258 x1.29 392 x1.96 561 x2.81 761 x3.8 979 x4.9
210 276 x1.32 414 x1.97 587 x2.8 791 x3.77 1014 x4.83
220 294 x1.34 435 x1.98 612 x2.78 820 x3.73 1047 x4.76
230 311 x1.35 456 x1.98 637 x2.77 849 x3.69 1079 x4.69
240 328 x1.37 476 x1.98 661 x2.76 877 x3.65 1111 x4.63
250 345 x1.38 496 x1.99 685 x2.74 904 x3.62 1141 x4.56
260 361 x1.39 516 x1.98 708 x2.72 930 x3.58 1171 x4.5
270 377 x1.4 535 x1.98 730 x2.71 956 x3.54 1200 x4.44
280 393 x1.4 554 x1.98 752 x2.69 981 x3.5 1228 x4.39
290 409 x1.41 573 x1.97 774 x2.67 1006 x3.47 1255 x4.33
300 424 x1.41 591 x1.97 795 x2.65 1030 x3.43 1282 x4.27
310 439 x1.42 609 x1.96 816 x2.63 1053 x3.4 1308 x4.22
All 192 324 500 713 952

These male standards were last updated yesterday and are based on 95,000 filtered lifts.

Female Sled Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
90 45 x0.5 109 x1.21 207 x2.3 336 x3.73 487 x5.42
100 55 x0.55 124 x1.24 227 x2.27 361 x3.61 518 x5.18
110 64 x0.58 138 x1.26 247 x2.24 386 x3.51 547 x4.97
120 74 x0.61 152 x1.27 265 x2.21 408 x3.4 574 x4.78
130 83 x0.64 165 x1.27 282 x2.17 430 x3.31 600 x4.61
140 92 x0.66 178 x1.27 299 x2.13 450 x3.21 624 x4.45
150 101 x0.67 190 x1.27 314 x2.1 469 x3.13 646 x4.31
160 109 x0.68 202 x1.26 330 x2.06 488 x3.05 668 x4.17
170 118 x0.69 214 x1.26 344 x2.02 506 x2.97 689 x4.05
180 126 x0.7 225 x1.25 358 x1.99 523 x2.9 708 x3.94
190 134 x0.71 235 x1.24 372 x1.96 539 x2.84 727 x3.83
200 142 x0.71 246 x1.23 385 x1.92 555 x2.77 746 x3.73
210 150 x0.71 256 x1.22 397 x1.89 570 x2.71 763 x3.63
220 157 x0.72 266 x1.21 410 x1.86 584 x2.66 780 x3.55
230 165 x0.72 275 x1.2 421 x1.83 599 x2.6 796 x3.46
240 172 x0.72 285 x1.19 433 x1.8 612 x2.55 812 x3.38
250 179 x0.72 294 x1.18 444 x1.78 626 x2.5 827 x3.31
260 186 x0.72 303 x1.16 455 x1.75 638 x2.46 842 x3.24
All 91 182 311 473 660

These female standards were last updated yesterday and are based on 26,000 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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