All JACKED sherdoggers, post your lifts!

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  1. Kinosis

    Kinosis Green Belt

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    Obviously, we know everyone on here is 6'9 and 350lbs, SHREDDED, but post your powerlifting numbers. Bench Press, Deadlift, Squats. Feel free to post your weight as well for context.
     
  2. Sano

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    188cm (6'2), 90kg BW (200lbs)

    Bench: 110kg
    OHP: 80kg
    Squat: 150kg
    Deadlift: 190kg
    Trapbar DL: 210kg

    Don't think I could hit all those right now, but these are my peaks within the last year or so. Doubt I'll get much stronger in any lift without some serious time investment, and as someone who likes athletics and MMA, I don't think that'll happen in the near future.
     
  3. LatFlare

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    5'9' 80kg
    All time
    Bench 102
    Squat 180
    Dead 210
    Havent tested max for a while but my bench is probably slightly stronger and sq/ded slightly weaker
     
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  4. Dana's Moonface

    Dana's Moonface Purple Belt Platinum Member

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    Currently 110kg

    Squat 250 kg
    Bench 165 Kg
    Deadlift 265 kg

    OHP - 100kg (never do it much)

    Some other pb's

    Squat 180 x 14, 227.5 x 4
    Bench 100 x 20, 140 x 6
    Deadlift 227.5 x 5 (never been great at reps for deadlift)
     
  5. Halge

    Halge Silver Belt

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    Squat: 230 kg
    Bench: Current 117,5 kg (all time: 120)
    Deadlift: 235 kg
    Overhead Press: 90 kg

    Height: 170 cm
    Weight: Undulating between 75-90 kg. Currently around 85.
     
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  6. Sano

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    Interesting to see you guys squatting so close to your deadlifts. Wraps?
     
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  7. Dana's Moonface

    Dana's Moonface Purple Belt Platinum Member

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    Actually sleeves mate. Short arms and pretty wide hip structure.

    I remember first time I deadlifted 200, I could squat 180 sleeves and 200 wraps.
     
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    They probably should be quite close to each other, assuming you're giving them the same amount of attention.

    That being said, I guess body proportions might be a factor. I'm short, and my legs are short relative to my upper body. The squat probably isn't quite as technically (or physically) demanding a movement for me as it is for most others. But overall I think people just tend to neglect training the squat properly. Speaking strictly for myself, I suspect my squat will surpass my deadlift within a year.
     
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  9. Dana's Moonface

    Dana's Moonface Purple Belt Platinum Member

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    Everyone is different.

    Leverages plays a big part. I follow a lifter Tom Martin. Always been a deadlift specialist but has got his squat to near match his freakish deadlift (granted in wraps). He's pulled over 400kg at 100 bw in comp. Just posted a 400 squat at 106 bw.

    If squat is worked hard with good technique, then it certainly can catch deadlift. Many heavyweight powerlifters can squat more than deadlift.
     
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  10. MilkManUK

    MilkManUK Brown Belt

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    5'9 (and a half!)
    93kg
    Big three
    Squat 200kg
    Bench 130kg
    Deadlift 222.5kg

    Others
    Trapbar Deadlift 245kg
    Military Press 85kg
    Front Squat 150kg

    Pretty terrible considering I've been lifting a while I'm hoping to improve on at least one of these lifts before the end of the year.
     
  11. Sano

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    If you look at raw powerlifting meets, outside of the best squatters, they typically deadlift about 10-15% more than they squat. That's with knee sleeves that add a little extra on the squat too. Genpop that difference is usually more pronounced as squatting heavy weights is something that takes time. I guess if you have the right body type for it they could be around the same or reversed, but I'd say that's outside the norm. For me I suck at squatting. I have pretty long legs at 6'2 and I had to squat 3 times a week for a good while before hitting 150kg. I didn't deadlift for a year and then pulled 190kg within a few weeks. I almost never deadlift. Then again I don't use sleves, a belt or shoes so that probably doesn't help.

    Yeah you're right. Superheavies (+120kg) are exceptions. It's not uncommon to see them squat more than they deadlift.

    Tom Martin is a freak, but wraps can add a pretty substantial amount of weight if done right. This article is a pretty good read: https://mystrengthbook.com/blog/how...rlifters-the-analysis-to-end-all-speculation/

    Look at Blaine Sumner. He set the IPF Classic total without wraps with a 415kg squat



    He turned to equipped and two years later he squatted 505kg in wraps



    Insane squats regardless.
     
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  12. deadshot138

    deadshot138 Black Belt

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    Bodyweight: fat

    Bench: 405lbs

    Squat:635lbs

    Deadlift: 635lbs

    Squat is belted, deadlift isn’t. Highest beltless squat was 600lbs.
     
  13. Kinosis

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    Awesome guys, great job! I'm 5'8, 189 lbs. My current numbers are:

    Bench Press - 230 lbs
    Squat - 300 lbs
    Deadlift - 335 lbs

    I'm looking to make some progress in the coming year. I had a shoulder injury for a long time and haven't made any bench progress until recently. By next year I'd like to hit a 300 lbs bench, 400 lbs squat, and eventually a 500 lbs deadlift. I dropped all of my leg exercises down to come back to higher weights with perfect form so I haven't gotten back up to where I was yet. Just working my way up slowly.
     
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    nicapica Orange Belt

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    5'8, 156 pounds
    OHP 160
    squat 225
    dead 275
     
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    5’10 195

    OHP 175
    Bench 280
    Squat 385
    Deadlift 430

    Not super impressive but I’m old and beat up. Benched 335 for a double & squatted 405 for a triple when I was 32 and weighed 212
     
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    My first thought is ''leverages.'' If you really really love squatting or conventional deadlifting, chances are you're probably not that crazy about the other. Or you have the Ed Coan/Orangutan build in which case you're golden.
     
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    Dana's Moonface Purple Belt Platinum Member

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    I agree mate. Tom would probably hit 35- 40 kg less with wraps, but his squat is still roughly 85-90 % of his deadlift max.
     
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  18. Phlog

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    BW 120kg

    I never hit 1RM so all are projected

    Bench 153kg
    Press 95kg
    Squat 154kg
    Trap DL 314kg

    So maybe a 620ishkg+ total? Only straps used.

    Knee issues have prevented me squatting for a couple years, only just starting back into it and feeling good this last couple of months.

    That deadlift number is likely higher because that was off a 4x4 last set where I pulled 12, I could have done more so... It's weird, squats I hit a wall real quick but deadlift it feels like the film unbreakable, I honestly don't know where the limit might be.

    I got stupid long legs etc.
     
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  19. saffo

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    bw 70kg heigth 1.73m

    deadlift 240kg x2 deadstops (not sumo)
    bench 140kg competition rep(no widegrip)(not breaking back because of arch)
    squat 190kg ass to grass

    military press 90kg
    pushpress 110kg
     
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    "Body weight 96.5kg/ 212.75lbs
    Squat 205.0kg/ 451.95lbs
    Bench 137.5kg/ 303.14lbs
    Deadlift 272.5kg/ 600.76lbs
    Total 615kg/ 1,355.84lbs"
     
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