It depends on how you interpret the question: "What are good target numbers for someone who just wants to be strong, not like exceptionally strong. So bascially just a good baseline for when legit strength starts in comparison to the non-lifter." Most average-sized men who lift for a year, and have a lot lower numbers, will be stronger (at least in terms of lifting numbers) than most non-lifting dudes. On the other hand, for an average-sized male, those numbers are not strong compared to experienced lifters (assuming they've been lifting for strength and not solely for aesthetics). Compared to experienced lifters, it's more like respectable numbers of somebody who is not exceptionally strong but can "hold his own", so to speak. I think that reaching these numbers one can consider himself "strong" but "not like exceptionally strong".