Best 3 lifts?

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  • RC4655
    RC4655 Posts: 62 Member
    In competition my best squat was 600, my best bench was 352, my best deadlift was 620. My best total was 1545, Raw and drug free. In the gym my best bench was 405.
  • ReconCali
    ReconCali Posts: 2 Member
    Do I have to lose weight first, before I start lifting?
  • RC4655
    RC4655 Posts: 62 Member
    ReconCali wrote: »
    Do I have to lose weight first, before I start lifting?

    No you do not have to wait. The sooner you start lifting the better.
  • kimothy38
    kimothy38 Posts: 840 Member
    ReconCali wrote: »
    Do I have to lose weight first, before I start lifting?
    I didn't wait - started fat loss and weights at the same time.

  • Davidsdottir
    Davidsdottir Posts: 1,295 Member
    ReconCali wrote: »
    Do I have to lose weight first, before I start lifting?

    No you do not have to wait. The sooner you start lifting the better.

    This. Lift top maintain your current muscle mass as you lose weight.
  • Davidsdottir
    Davidsdottir Posts: 1,295 Member
    Squat: 200 lbs
    Deadlift: 230 lbs
    Bench: 128 lbs

    Snatch: 88 lbs
    Clean and split jerk: 115 lbs

    Your numbers are just above mine!

    Yay! We could do a partner's together <3

    That would be awesome!

    I love partner's workouts. Specially if I can do them with someone who's similar in strength level as I am :D

    We do them every Saturday at my box and we have 2-3 in house competitions for partners every year. Actually thinking about doing a big one soon but I'd need a partner since mine decided to go abroad to study, care to fly up to Iceland? ;)

    Um...yes please!
  • Silentpadna
    Silentpadna Posts: 1,305 Member
    54 yo male (55 next month). 5'11"/BW 195

    Started lifting in May 2017 - never lifted with any sort of program before that.

    All weights listed as 5-rep worksets - not sure of what my 1RM would be. All are 3 full sets.

    Squat: 275

    Bench: 200

    Deadlift: 335

    OH Press: 135


    It's safe to say the 1RM would be higher, but I don't really know how much higher.
  • Z_I_L_L_A
    Z_I_L_L_A Posts: 2,401 Member
    imfornd wrote: »
    6'3" 255 when I did this

    Bench 520
    Squat 550
    DL 625

    Those look like my numbers at at 34.
  • Wheelhouse15
    Wheelhouse15 Posts: 5,589 Member
    Squat: 200 lbs
    Deadlift: 230 lbs
    Bench: 128 lbs

    Snatch: 88 lbs
    Clean and split jerk: 115 lbs

    Your numbers are just above mine!

    Yay! We could do a partner's together <3

    That would be awesome!

    I love partner's workouts. Specially if I can do them with someone who's similar in strength level as I am :D

    We do them every Saturday at my box and we have 2-3 in house competitions for partners every year. Actually thinking about doing a big one soon but I'd need a partner since mine decided to go abroad to study, care to fly up to Iceland? ;)

    Um...yes please!

    I have a feeling with that name you would fit right in. ;)

    Wow we have some really strong women here! :)
  • Wheelhouse15
    Wheelhouse15 Posts: 5,589 Member
    @165 and just before my surgery to reattach my biceps tendon:

    Bench 285
    Squat 365
    DL 455

    Off for 3 months and after 8 weeks lifting again

    Bench 245x3
    Squat 335x3
    DL 405x3

    Damn injuries. :cry:
  • Wheelhouse15
    Wheelhouse15 Posts: 5,589 Member
    edited February 2018
    double
  • Davidsdottir
    Davidsdottir Posts: 1,295 Member
    Squat: 200 lbs
    Deadlift: 230 lbs
    Bench: 128 lbs

    Snatch: 88 lbs
    Clean and split jerk: 115 lbs

    Your numbers are just above mine!

    Yay! We could do a partner's together <3

    That would be awesome!

    I love partner's workouts. Specially if I can do them with someone who's similar in strength level as I am :D

    We do them every Saturday at my box and we have 2-3 in house competitions for partners every year. Actually thinking about doing a big one soon but I'd need a partner since mine decided to go abroad to study, care to fly up to Iceland? ;)

    Um...yes please!

    I have a feeling with that name you would fit right in. ;)

    Wow we have some really strong women here! :)

    My dad's name is David and I'm very inspired by the Icelandic Crossfit women, @crossfit_dottir included!
  • Wheelhouse15
    Wheelhouse15 Posts: 5,589 Member
    Squat: 200 lbs
    Deadlift: 230 lbs
    Bench: 128 lbs

    Snatch: 88 lbs
    Clean and split jerk: 115 lbs

    Your numbers are just above mine!

    Yay! We could do a partner's together <3

    That would be awesome!

    I love partner's workouts. Specially if I can do them with someone who's similar in strength level as I am :D

    We do them every Saturday at my box and we have 2-3 in house competitions for partners every year. Actually thinking about doing a big one soon but I'd need a partner since mine decided to go abroad to study, care to fly up to Iceland? ;)

    Um...yes please!

    I have a feeling with that name you would fit right in. ;)

    Wow we have some really strong women here! :)

    My dad's name is David and I'm very inspired by the Icelandic Crossfit women, @crossfit_dottir included!

    Ahh, that explains it! Yes, the Icelandic women seem to be the dominant competitors every time I look at it.
  • Wheelhouse15
    Wheelhouse15 Posts: 5,589 Member
    Last meet: 430 lbs squat, 320 lbs bench, 545 lbs deadlift at 201 lbs, second Place Masters finish.

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    Congrats! Great lifting especially with an injured heel. Good luck in your next meet.
  • RC4655
    RC4655 Posts: 62 Member
    My best meet was a 600 lb squat, 320 bench and 620 deadlift. I could never hit my best bench on the same day I hit my best squats or deadlifts. I did bench 352 twice in competition.
  • KaduParga
    KaduParga Posts: 26 Member
    I see many people telling their BW. But what is more important it is your height because taller you are more time under tension your muscles will be to perform each reps.
    6’3”
    BW 225lb

    Squat - 484lb
    Deadlift - 484lb
    Bench - 396lb

    I
  • iheartmakeup01
    iheartmakeup01 Posts: 35 Member
    edited February 2018
    107here at 5’2ish
    Squats 155lbs
    Deadlifts 165
    Db military press 32.5lbs
    I’m not a power lifter, just strive for strength
  • nexangelus
    nexangelus Posts: 2,084 Member
    nexangelus wrote: »
    43 years old, 170lbs, female.

    Here are my one rep maxes, tested just last week, squats are what I have been doing previous to injury. Still working on the squats (old pb was 110kg/242lbs)...I do not compete...

    Squats - 100 kg (220 lbs)
    Bench Press - 62.5 kg (137.5 lbs)
    Barbell Row - 72.5 kg (159.5 lbs)
    Overhead Press - 42.5 kg (93.5 lbs)
    Deadlifts - 125 kg (275 lbs)

    43 years old, 173.4lbs (lost weight down to 167lbs and have just done a 3 month bulk cycle), female, 5 foot 5.

    Squats - 110 kg (242 lbs)
    Bench Press - 67.5 kg (149 lbs)
    Barbell Row - 80 kg (176 lbs)
    Overhead Press - 42.5 kg (93.5 lbs) UNTESTED recently
    Deadlifts - 132.5 kg (292 lbs)

    Yes, my deads and squats are lagging badly. Need to re-test my OHP.