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  • Posted On: 05-14-19, 10:02 am (EDT) #1

    Lifting numbers 15 years old

    May 14, 2019, 10:02 am

    Hi, I've been training for a little over 1 year and I wanna know if these lifting numbers are good for 1 year and 7 months of training.

    Starting stats > BW 48kg / 164cm / 

    Stats now > BW 64 kg / Height 170 cm /

    Numbers > 
    __________________
    Squat 120 kg 5 reps
    __________________
    Deadlift 130 kg 5 reps
    __________________
    Benchpress 75kg 1 rep
    ____________________________________
    OHP around 47-50 1 rep ( havent tested )
    ____________________________________
    Hip thrust 160kg 5x5
    ____________________________________


    When I started working out I pretty much used only the bar on the majority of the exercises above. I wanna know if this is nice progress and if it's not what can I do to fix it.
    Thank you

     

    ( Also note I'm training more towards a powerlifting approach )

  • Posted On: 05-19-19, 10:24 pm (EDT) #2

    Lifting numbers 15 years old

    May 19, 2019, 10:24 pm
    Posted by: xxdennismcxx

    Hi, I've been training for a little over 1 year and I wanna know if these lifting numbers are good for 1 year and 7 months of training.

    Starting stats > BW 48kg / 164cm / 

    Stats now > BW 64 kg / Height 170 cm /

    Numbers > 
    __________________
    Squat 120 kg 5 reps
    __________________
    Deadlift 130 kg 5 reps
    __________________
    Benchpress 75kg 1 rep
    ____________________________________
    OHP around 47-50 1 rep ( havent tested )
    ____________________________________
    Hip thrust 160kg 5x5
    ____________________________________


    When I started working out I pretty much used only the bar on the majority of the exercises above. I wanna know if this is nice progress and if it's not what can I do to fix it.
    Thank you

     

    ( Also note I'm training more towards a powerlifting approach )

    @xxdennismcxx That's great progress and great numbers man! Gaining 16kg is over 30lbs, so I'd say you definitely made the most of those newbie gains over the past year and a half!

     

    There's no set numbers for what you should be hitting after a certain period of time in the gym, so as long as you are happy with your progress and you're applying progressive overload when you can, that's all that matters!

     

    Keep up the good work man!

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