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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 438,000 lifts by Strength Level users.

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Male Sled Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
110 81 x0.73 166 x1.51 287 x2.61 442 x4.02 621 x5.64
120 99 x0.83 192 x1.6 321 x2.68 484 x4.03 670 x5.58
130 118 x0.91 217 x1.67 354 x2.72 524 x4.03 717 x5.51
140 136 x0.97 242 x1.73 386 x2.75 562 x4.02 762 x5.44
150 155 x1.03 267 x1.78 416 x2.78 599 x3.99 805 x5.36
160 173 x1.08 291 x1.82 446 x2.79 635 x3.97 846 x5.29
170 191 x1.13 314 x1.85 475 x2.79 669 x3.94 885 x5.21
180 209 x1.16 337 x1.87 503 x2.79 702 x3.9 924 x5.13
190 227 x1.2 359 x1.89 530 x2.79 735 x3.87 961 x5.06
200 245 x1.22 381 x1.91 557 x2.79 766 x3.83 996 x4.98
210 262 x1.25 403 x1.92 583 x2.78 796 x3.79 1031 x4.91
220 279 x1.27 424 x1.93 608 x2.76 826 x3.75 1064 x4.84
230 296 x1.29 444 x1.93 633 x2.75 854 x3.71 1097 x4.77
240 312 x1.3 465 x1.94 657 x2.74 882 x3.68 1128 x4.7
250 328 x1.31 484 x1.94 680 x2.72 909 x3.64 1159 x4.64
260 344 x1.32 504 x1.94 703 x2.7 936 x3.6 1189 x4.57
270 360 x1.33 523 x1.94 726 x2.69 962 x3.56 1218 x4.51
280 376 x1.34 541 x1.93 748 x2.67 987 x3.53 1246 x4.45
290 391 x1.35 560 x1.93 769 x2.65 1012 x3.49 1274 x4.39
300 406 x1.35 578 x1.93 790 x2.63 1036 x3.45 1301 x4.34
310 421 x1.36 595 x1.92 811 x2.62 1059 x3.42 1328 x4.28
All 180 314 495 716 965

These male standards were last updated 2 weeks ago and are based on 83,000 filtered lifts.

Female Sled Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
90 42 x0.46 106 x1.18 206 x2.29 338 x3.76 495 x5.5
100 51 x0.51 121 x1.21 226 x2.26 364 x3.64 527 x5.27
110 61 x0.55 135 x1.23 246 x2.24 389 x3.54 556 x5.05
120 70 x0.58 149 x1.24 264 x2.2 412 x3.43 584 x4.86
130 79 x0.61 162 x1.25 282 x2.17 434 x3.34 610 x4.69
140 88 x0.63 175 x1.25 299 x2.13 455 x3.25 634 x4.53
150 97 x0.65 188 x1.25 315 x2.1 474 x3.16 657 x4.38
160 105 x0.66 199 x1.25 330 x2.06 493 x3.08 679 x4.25
170 114 x0.67 211 x1.24 345 x2.03 511 x3.01 701 x4.12
180 122 x0.68 222 x1.23 359 x1.99 529 x2.94 721 x4
190 130 x0.68 233 x1.23 373 x1.96 545 x2.87 740 x3.9
200 138 x0.69 243 x1.22 386 x1.93 561 x2.81 759 x3.79
210 146 x0.69 254 x1.21 399 x1.9 577 x2.75 777 x3.7
220 153 x0.7 264 x1.2 411 x1.87 591 x2.69 794 x3.61
230 161 x0.7 273 x1.19 423 x1.84 606 x2.63 811 x3.52
240 168 x0.7 283 x1.18 435 x1.81 620 x2.58 827 x3.45
250 175 x0.7 292 x1.17 446 x1.79 633 x2.53 843 x3.37
260 182 x0.7 301 x1.16 457 x1.76 647 x2.49 858 x3.3
All 88 180 311 478 672

These female standards were last updated 2 weeks ago and are based on 23,000 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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