interesting bit of info: " Your bodyweight and squats Biomechanists have determined the average person is squatting 75% of their bodyweight when squatting. Calfs and the lowest part if the knee don't count. So if you are a 225 lb lifter squatting 405, the actual weight moved is 574. Nice to know, but extremely useful if doing a program that advances by percents. IA" http://www.ironaddicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=11168 I'm wondering, if you take that 75% bodyweight into account on your squats, is your deadlift still higher than your squats? Post your stats me: corrected squats: 310 deadlift: 335 my deadlift is still greater.