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Vertical Leg Press Standards (lb)

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

Our vertical leg press standards are based on 97,000 lifts by Strength Level users.

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Male Vertical Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
110 83 x0.75 167 x1.52 286 x2.6 437 x3.97 611 x5.56
120 101 x0.84 193 x1.6 319 x2.66 478 x3.98 659 x5.49
130 120 x0.92 218 x1.67 351 x2.7 517 x3.98 705 x5.42
140 138 x0.99 242 x1.73 382 x2.73 555 x3.96 749 x5.35
150 156 x1.04 266 x1.78 413 x2.75 591 x3.94 790 x5.27
160 175 x1.09 290 x1.81 442 x2.76 626 x3.91 831 x5.19
170 193 x1.13 313 x1.84 470 x2.76 659 x3.88 869 x5.11
180 210 x1.17 335 x1.86 498 x2.76 692 x3.84 907 x5.04
190 228 x1.2 357 x1.88 524 x2.76 723 x3.81 943 x4.96
200 245 x1.23 379 x1.89 550 x2.75 754 x3.77 977 x4.89
210 262 x1.25 400 x1.9 576 x2.74 783 x3.73 1011 x4.81
220 279 x1.27 421 x1.91 600 x2.73 812 x3.69 1044 x4.74
230 295 x1.28 441 x1.92 624 x2.71 840 x3.65 1075 x4.68
240 312 x1.3 461 x1.92 648 x2.7 867 x3.61 1106 x4.61
250 328 x1.31 480 x1.92 671 x2.68 894 x3.57 1136 x4.54
260 343 x1.32 499 x1.92 693 x2.67 920 x3.54 1165 x4.48
270 359 x1.33 518 x1.92 715 x2.65 945 x3.5 1194 x4.42
280 374 x1.34 536 x1.91 737 x2.63 969 x3.46 1221 x4.36
290 389 x1.34 554 x1.91 758 x2.61 993 x3.43 1248 x4.3
300 404 x1.35 571 x1.9 778 x2.59 1017 x3.39 1275 x4.25
310 418 x1.35 589 x1.9 798 x2.58 1040 x3.35 1300 x4.19
All 182 313 489 703 945

These male standards were last updated 2 weeks ago and are based on 7,000 filtered lifts.

Female Vertical Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
90 52 x0.58 119 x1.33 220 x2.44 351 x3.9 504 x5.6
100 61 x0.61 134 x1.34 239 x2.39 375 x3.75 533 x5.33
110 71 x0.64 147 x1.34 257 x2.34 398 x3.62 560 x5.09
120 80 x0.67 160 x1.34 275 x2.29 419 x3.49 586 x4.88
130 89 x0.68 173 x1.33 291 x2.24 439 x3.38 609 x4.69
140 98 x0.7 185 x1.32 306 x2.19 458 x3.27 632 x4.51
150 106 x0.71 197 x1.31 321 x2.14 476 x3.18 653 x4.35
160 114 x0.71 208 x1.3 335 x2.1 494 x3.08 673 x4.21
170 122 x0.72 218 x1.28 349 x2.05 510 x3 692 x4.07
180 130 x0.72 229 x1.27 362 x2.01 526 x2.92 710 x3.95
190 137 x0.72 239 x1.26 375 x1.97 541 x2.85 728 x3.83
200 145 x0.72 248 x1.24 387 x1.93 555 x2.78 745 x3.72
210 152 x0.72 258 x1.23 398 x1.9 569 x2.71 761 x3.62
220 159 x0.72 267 x1.21 410 x1.86 583 x2.65 777 x3.53
230 166 x0.72 276 x1.2 421 x1.83 596 x2.59 792 x3.44
240 173 x0.72 284 x1.18 431 x1.8 609 x2.54 806 x3.36
250 179 x0.72 293 x1.17 442 x1.77 621 x2.48 820 x3.28
260 186 x0.71 301 x1.16 452 x1.74 633 x2.43 834 x3.21
All 97 188 316 477 662

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