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    Lightbulb max calculator

    Does anyone out there know a link that has a max calculator??

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    Thanx man... why havn't you been promoted?? So far, you are the most helpful person on this board.

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    i've only been around a short time....

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    Quote Originally Posted by !DBF!
    Does anyone out there know a link that has a max calculator??

    Yeah, call this number 1-800 443 okie
    they sell weight room persentage charts.
    I love mine & I've had it for over 10 years it starts from a 135 max all the way to a 700lb max.


    Hope the chart goes up far enough for you. (lol)


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    Just go to the gym and max out. Then you know for sure.

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    This is a great calculator:

    http://www.kalanen.fi/maxrepcalculator/

    The calculator estimates maximum training weights for the rep range of 1-20.

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    Supposedly your 1RM for squat and deadlift is 8% higher than what you can triple and 5% higher than your triple for bench.

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    Max calculators tend ot be incorrect....way to many variables are not taken into account, go max out and see how you do

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