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 162,000 lifts by Strength Level users.

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Male Sled Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
110 97 x0.88 181 x1.64 297 x2.7 442 x4.01 606 x5.51
120 117 x0.98 208 x1.74 332 x2.76 484 x4.03 655 x5.46
130 137 x1.06 235 x1.81 365 x2.81 524 x4.03 702 x5.4
140 158 x1.13 261 x1.87 398 x2.84 563 x4.02 747 x5.34
150 178 x1.19 287 x1.91 429 x2.86 601 x4 790 x5.27
160 198 x1.24 312 x1.95 460 x2.88 637 x3.98 832 x5.2
170 217 x1.28 337 x1.98 490 x2.88 672 x3.95 872 x5.13
180 237 x1.32 361 x2 519 x2.88 705 x3.92 910 x5.06
190 256 x1.35 384 x2.02 547 x2.88 738 x3.88 947 x4.98
200 275 x1.37 407 x2.04 574 x2.87 770 x3.85 983 x4.92
210 293 x1.4 430 x2.05 601 x2.86 801 x3.81 1018 x4.85
220 311 x1.42 452 x2.05 627 x2.85 830 x3.77 1051 x4.78
230 329 x1.43 473 x2.06 652 x2.84 860 x3.74 1084 x4.71
240 347 x1.45 494 x2.06 677 x2.82 888 x3.7 1116 x4.65
250 364 x1.46 515 x2.06 701 x2.8 915 x3.66 1147 x4.59
260 381 x1.47 535 x2.06 724 x2.79 942 x3.62 1177 x4.53
270 398 x1.47 555 x2.06 748 x2.77 969 x3.59 1206 x4.47
280 415 x1.48 575 x2.05 770 x2.75 994 x3.55 1235 x4.41
290 431 x1.49 594 x2.05 792 x2.73 1019 x3.51 1263 x4.35
300 447 x1.49 612 x2.04 814 x2.71 1044 x3.48 1290 x4.3
310 463 x1.49 631 x2.03 835 x2.69 1068 x3.44 1317 x4.25
All 204 336 511 721 955

These male standards were last updated a week ago and are based on 44,000 filtered lifts.

Female Sled Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
90 49 x0.55 115 x1.28 214 x2.38 343 x3.81 495 x5.5
100 59 x0.59 131 x1.31 235 x2.35 369 x3.69 525 x5.25
110 69 x0.63 145 x1.32 254 x2.31 393 x3.57 554 x5.04
120 79 x0.66 159 x1.32 272 x2.27 416 x3.46 581 x4.84
130 88 x0.68 172 x1.32 289 x2.23 437 x3.36 606 x4.66
140 98 x0.7 185 x1.32 306 x2.19 457 x3.27 630 x4.5
150 107 x0.71 197 x1.32 322 x2.14 476 x3.18 652 x4.35
160 116 x0.72 209 x1.31 337 x2.11 495 x3.09 674 x4.21
170 124 x0.73 221 x1.3 351 x2.07 512 x3.01 694 x4.08
180 132 x0.74 232 x1.29 365 x2.03 529 x2.94 714 x3.97
190 141 x0.74 243 x1.28 379 x1.99 545 x2.87 733 x3.86
200 149 x0.74 253 x1.26 392 x1.96 561 x2.81 751 x3.75
210 156 x0.74 263 x1.25 404 x1.93 576 x2.74 768 x3.66
220 164 x0.75 273 x1.24 417 x1.89 591 x2.68 785 x3.57
230 171 x0.75 283 x1.23 428 x1.86 605 x2.63 801 x3.48
240 179 x0.74 292 x1.22 440 x1.83 618 x2.58 817 x3.4
250 186 x0.74 301 x1.2 451 x1.8 631 x2.53 832 x3.33
260 193 x0.74 310 x1.19 462 x1.78 644 x2.48 847 x3.26
All 97 189 318 480 665

These female standards were last updated a week ago and are based on 13,000 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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