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 99,000 lifts by Strength Level users.

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Male Sled Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
110 100 x0.91 184 x1.67 299 x2.72 443 x4.03 606 x5.51
120 120 x1 212 x1.76 334 x2.79 485 x4.05 656 x5.46
130 141 x1.09 239 x1.84 369 x2.83 526 x4.05 703 x5.41
140 162 x1.16 265 x1.9 401 x2.87 566 x4.04 748 x5.34
150 182 x1.22 292 x1.94 433 x2.89 603 x4.02 792 x5.28
160 203 x1.27 317 x1.98 464 x2.9 640 x4 833 x5.21
170 223 x1.31 342 x2.01 495 x2.91 675 x3.97 874 x5.14
180 242 x1.35 366 x2.04 524 x2.91 709 x3.94 912 x5.07
190 262 x1.38 390 x2.05 552 x2.91 742 x3.91 950 x5
200 281 x1.41 414 x2.07 580 x2.9 774 x3.87 986 x4.93
210 300 x1.43 436 x2.08 607 x2.89 805 x3.84 1021 x4.86
220 319 x1.45 459 x2.09 633 x2.88 836 x3.8 1055 x4.8
230 337 x1.46 481 x2.09 659 x2.86 865 x3.76 1088 x4.73
240 355 x1.48 502 x2.09 684 x2.85 894 x3.72 1120 x4.67
250 372 x1.49 523 x2.09 708 x2.83 922 x3.69 1151 x4.6
260 390 x1.5 544 x2.09 732 x2.82 949 x3.65 1182 x4.54
270 407 x1.51 564 x2.09 755 x2.8 975 x3.61 1211 x4.49
280 424 x1.51 583 x2.08 778 x2.78 1001 x3.58 1240 x4.43
290 440 x1.52 603 x2.08 801 x2.76 1027 x3.54 1268 x4.37
300 456 x1.52 622 x2.07 823 x2.74 1051 x3.5 1296 x4.32
310 472 x1.52 641 x2.07 844 x2.72 1076 x3.47 1323 x4.27
All 208 341 515 725 958

These male standards were last updated 3 days ago and are based on 35,000 filtered lifts.

Female Sled Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
90 50 x0.55 116 x1.29 214 x2.38 343 x3.81 493 x5.48
100 60 x0.6 131 x1.31 235 x2.35 369 x3.69 525 x5.25
110 70 x0.64 146 x1.33 255 x2.31 393 x3.58 554 x5.03
120 80 x0.67 160 x1.33 273 x2.28 416 x3.47 581 x4.84
130 90 x0.69 174 x1.33 291 x2.24 438 x3.37 607 x4.67
140 99 x0.71 187 x1.33 308 x2.2 459 x3.28 631 x4.5
150 108 x0.72 199 x1.33 324 x2.16 478 x3.19 654 x4.36
160 117 x0.73 211 x1.32 339 x2.12 497 x3.11 675 x4.22
170 126 x0.74 223 x1.31 354 x2.08 515 x3.03 696 x4.1
180 135 x0.75 234 x1.3 368 x2.04 532 x2.95 716 x3.98
190 143 x0.75 245 x1.29 382 x2.01 548 x2.89 735 x3.87
200 151 x0.76 256 x1.28 395 x1.98 564 x2.82 754 x3.77
210 159 x0.76 266 x1.27 408 x1.94 580 x2.76 771 x3.67
220 167 x0.76 276 x1.26 420 x1.91 594 x2.7 788 x3.58
230 175 x0.76 286 x1.24 432 x1.88 609 x2.65 805 x3.5
240 182 x0.76 296 x1.23 444 x1.85 623 x2.59 821 x3.42
250 189 x0.76 305 x1.22 455 x1.82 636 x2.54 836 x3.35
260 197 x0.76 314 x1.21 467 x1.79 649 x2.5 851 x3.27
All 98 190 319 481 667

These female standards were last updated 3 days ago and are based on 10,000 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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