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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 96,000 lifts by Strength Level users.

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Male Vertical Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
110 83 x0.75 165 x1.5 280 x2.54 425 x3.87 593 x5.39
120 102 x0.85 191 x1.59 314 x2.62 467 x3.9 642 x5.35
130 121 x0.93 217 x1.67 347 x2.67 508 x3.91 690 x5.3
140 141 x1.01 243 x1.73 380 x2.71 547 x3.91 735 x5.25
150 160 x1.07 268 x1.79 411 x2.74 584 x3.9 778 x5.19
160 179 x1.12 293 x1.83 442 x2.76 621 x3.88 820 x5.12
170 198 x1.17 317 x1.86 471 x2.77 656 x3.86 860 x5.06
180 217 x1.21 341 x1.89 500 x2.78 690 x3.83 899 x4.99
190 236 x1.24 364 x1.92 528 x2.78 722 x3.8 936 x4.93
200 254 x1.27 387 x1.93 555 x2.78 754 x3.77 973 x4.86
210 272 x1.3 409 x1.95 582 x2.77 785 x3.74 1008 x4.8
220 290 x1.32 431 x1.96 608 x2.76 815 x3.71 1042 x4.74
230 308 x1.34 452 x1.97 633 x2.75 845 x3.67 1075 x4.67
240 325 x1.35 473 x1.97 658 x2.74 873 x3.64 1107 x4.61
250 342 x1.37 494 x1.97 682 x2.73 901 x3.6 1138 x4.55
260 359 x1.38 514 x1.98 706 x2.71 928 x3.57 1169 x4.5
270 375 x1.39 533 x1.98 729 x2.7 955 x3.54 1198 x4.44
280 392 x1.4 553 x1.97 751 x2.68 981 x3.5 1227 x4.38
290 408 x1.41 572 x1.97 774 x2.67 1006 x3.47 1256 x4.33
300 424 x1.41 591 x1.97 795 x2.65 1031 x3.44 1283 x4.28
310 439 x1.42 609 x1.96 817 x2.63 1055 x3.4 1310 x4.23
All 186 317 492 704 942

These male standards were last updated 4 days ago and are based on 9,000 filtered lifts.

Female Vertical Leg Press Standards (lb)

BW Beg. Nov. Int. Adv. Elite
90 57 x0.63 126 x1.4 227 x2.52 357 x3.96 508 x5.65
100 66 x0.66 140 x1.4 245 x2.45 380 x3.8 536 x5.36
110 76 x0.69 153 x1.39 262 x2.38 401 x3.65 561 x5.1
120 84 x0.7 165 x1.38 278 x2.32 421 x3.51 585 x4.87
130 93 x0.72 177 x1.36 294 x2.26 440 x3.38 607 x4.67
140 101 x0.72 188 x1.35 308 x2.2 458 x3.27 628 x4.48
150 109 x0.73 199 x1.33 322 x2.15 475 x3.16 648 x4.32
160 117 x0.73 210 x1.31 336 x2.1 491 x3.07 666 x4.16
170 125 x0.73 220 x1.29 348 x2.05 506 x2.98 684 x4.02
180 132 x0.73 230 x1.28 360 x2 521 x2.89 701 x3.9
190 139 x0.73 239 x1.26 372 x1.96 535 x2.82 718 x3.78
200 146 x0.73 248 x1.24 384 x1.92 548 x2.74 733 x3.67
210 153 x0.73 257 x1.22 394 x1.88 561 x2.67 748 x3.56
220 159 x0.72 265 x1.21 405 x1.84 574 x2.61 763 x3.47
230 166 x0.72 274 x1.19 415 x1.81 586 x2.55 777 x3.38
240 172 x0.72 282 x1.17 425 x1.77 598 x2.49 790 x3.29
250 178 x0.71 289 x1.16 435 x1.74 609 x2.44 803 x3.21
260 184 x0.71 297 x1.14 444 x1.71 620 x2.39 816 x3.14
All 101 192 317 475 655

These female standards were last updated 4 days ago and are based on 3,000 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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