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Obvious boasting thread. Post your RM max here!

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GeekLove Mon 27-Nov-17 18:04:38

So three weeks in with a trainer and I now have a dead lift RM max of 85kg. Let's see if I can beat that before Christmas.

I am 70kg BTW

NootNoot Fri 01-Dec-17 16:58:35

62kg & 180cm tall

Deadlift 105kg
Bench 50kg
Bench Pull 57.5kg
Squat 92.5kg
Powerclean 50kg

Nice work- keep going!

LifeofClimb Wed 06-Dec-17 16:16:14

What is RM?

NootNoot Thu 07-Dec-17 12:48:01

Rep Max. Maximum you can lift with proper form for a single rep.

If a highly technical exercise like a powerclean will sometimes go for a 3 Rep Max & work it out that way.

NeverTooOldForAnything Wed 20-Dec-17 08:26:44

70kg bodyweight, currently 1RM are:
Squat 75kg
Bench 40kg
Deadlift 95kg

I am competing at the end of January, I'm hoping I can improve on this on the day!

Socksey Wed 03-Jan-18 15:58:40

5'2", 45years and 66kg
Deadlift 120kg
Squat 105kg (recent.... formerly 150kg)
Bench press 70kg

Blerg Mon 29-Jan-18 19:21:12

Wow these are amazing! I hope to have some good numbers soon.

Luxembourgmama Tue 30-Jan-18 13:29:59

5'6" 65kg
squat 52.5kg
I haven't tested my bench or deadlift for a while. I'm really hoping to get a body weight squat this year.

soundslikeballons Wed 14-Feb-18 21:54:12

Socksey seriously impressed with the 150kg did you compete??

5'2 43 years old and 60kg

Deadlift 100kg (hate them, so never doing that again)
Squat 95kg (love them) failed the 100kg twice got stuck at the bottom :-Overhead squat 50kg
Snatch 40kg

Oh and dropping under the bar and lifting over head from bottom of a squat got a 70kg above my head, but no idea what that move is called!

Brainwashed Sun 18-Feb-18 19:58:52

Age 48, 60 kg
DL 95kg
Back squat 70kg
Power clean 46kg
Clean and jerk 43kg
Bench around 35kg....cos I hardly ever do them at crossfit which is where I do most of my lifting

Socksey Tue 06-Mar-18 20:13:42

Soundslikeballoons.... no never competed but I did used to enjoys scaring the boys in the gym 😁😁😁 and putting more weight on the bar when working in 😂

MallorieArcher Tue 10-Apr-18 09:24:36

Okay wow those are awesome numbers! I'm posting mine as I need to be able to come back and say I've done bettergrin
Am 39, 105kg, 5"8
Aiming for bodyweight lifts
Deadlift 85
Bench 52.5 (couldn't get 55 back up at all, nearly peed myself trying)
Rear squat 65
Oh press 35

cmwife Mon 28-May-18 04:58:24

5'5, 90kg (and losing slowly, aiming for under 72kg)

DL 105kg
Squat 85 kg
Bench 52.5kg

Been lifting 10 months.

BorchesterTowers Wed 30-May-18 12:28:41

Wow all your bests are amazing. I’m feeling very amateur.

I weight 75kg (down from 81 in January) and am 166cm.

I started with a brilliant PT in January who’s introducing me to strength work at a gym that has a great mix of strength and cardio (I’m still a bit of an aerobics bunny from the 80s).

My max DL so far is 75kg. I freaked out at 85kg.

But I’m doing well at the Sled (beast of a training regime). Today I pulled 300kg and pushed 230kg over a 10m track - the difference was that the trainer was not sitting in top of the weights on the sled when I was pushing.

NT53NJT Sun 17-Jun-18 00:51:27

88kg BW


hoping for 150 squat and 100 bench by end of 2018

RiceandBeans Wed 01-Aug-18 17:27:48

Just bumping this, as today I achieved a PB in the deadlift: only 80kg but still ...

I'm almost 60, and weigh 74kg (I weighed 81kg when I started this strength training malarkey). My PT didn't tell me the total as he added the weights. I started with 10 reps at 40kg, and slowly worked up to 1 rep at 80kg. Just as well he didn't tell me or I would have freaked myself out.

Also had fun with overhead sandbag throws today - it's a fun exercise & particularly satisfying when the sandbag hits the floor with a loud thud.

NT53NJT Fri 03-Aug-18 16:44:37

@RiceandBeans congrats 💪

rightknockered Mon 27-Aug-18 16:28:18

166cm and weigh 55kg
DL 95kg 3RM
Quite puny compared to others on here.

UnderMajorDomoMinor Sun 14-Oct-18 10:56:53

I don’t really fit in here but I’m so pleased with myself I want to tell someone who’ll care!

This time last year I couldn’t do a single push up. Now I can leg press 120kg.

I know it’s nothing compared to ppl here but I’m seriously chuffed with myself.

166cm 68kg

ShineOnHarvestMoon Sat 27-Oct-18 17:18:24

I've reached a couple of PBs in the last couple of weeks, after 10 months of once a week with a PT, and Pump classes & running in between (plus Pilates & yoga & dance classes).

I can now deadlift 85kg
Squat 50kg

And last week, in my deadlift session, I did a series of warm up sets at 40 & 50kg, then 3 sets of 5 reps at 70kg.

My trainer pointed out that a couple of months ago, 70k was my PB at 1 rep. Now I can do 3 sets of 5 reps.

It's kind of magic, really!

(I'm 59, weight 70kg & am 166cm tall).

A friend sent me a clip of Dr Catherine Walters, who deadlifts 105kg at age 70 or so. Wow!

I want to be her.

Rollerbird Thu 08-Nov-18 19:13:34

I've been going to crossfit for 5 weeks.
Posting here to see improvement by Christmas!
52 years old
59kg weight
165cm tall
Deadlift 40kg blush

Rollerbird Mon 19-Nov-18 15:06:03

Deadlift now 55kg 2 weeks later (weight unfortunately up too to 62 kg. (must stop the midnight choc fests)

Rollerbird Wed 05-Dec-18 08:10:50

Deadlift 3rm 65 kg smile

MaggieAndHopey Thu 06-Dec-18 05:24:20

Over your bodyweight, Rollerbird! Always a milestone. Well done.

ShineOnHarvestMoon Tue 11-Dec-18 21:43:24

Wow, that's great, Rollerbird I started at 40kg and found the stepup past 60kg the trickiest. It took me about 6 months to get a bodyweight deadlift.

I celebrated a significant birthday (makes me officially senior) by deadlifting 70kg 5 reps. The 5th one felt a bit hard & I used my back too much, so strained it, and my trainer forbade me doing any further lifting that day - v annoying as I love deadlifts. Now working on (back) squatting more than 50kg. Front squats today at 40kg.

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