I would like to know how much?

Please post your bodyweight, years lifted, and your best OHP/BP/Squat/Deadlift/Curl.

Thank you to anyone who replies.

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i love latte asmr

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      wanna be friends?

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Idk/165/305/360/40

    @138 and 5'5" with 9 months of moronic training and 2 months of Slightly less moronic training

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I only use 2 15lb dumbbel

    5'7" and weight 115lb

    yes im skinny

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm 5'2" 60kg, been lifting for only a couple months, 220/550/600/800/200

    Now OP needs to post his stats

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >6'0" 180lbs
    >1 year lifting on and off, very sporadic and inconsistent
    >OHP- 135lbs
    >BP- 185lbs (I rarely bench)
    >Squat- 215lbs (I rarely squat)
    >DL- 365lbs (I love deadlifting)
    >Curl- idk never curled in my life
    >Weighted pull-up- 70lbs @ 190lbs bodyweight

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Wow you're literally me but strong, I don't intentionally test one rep maxes
      >6'0" 180lbs
      >1 year lifting on and off
      >OHP - 45 lbs x 15 (I don't OHP)
      >BP - 95 lbs x 10
      >Squat - I don't
      >DL - I don't
      >curl - 40 lbs x 1
      >pull up - I can do 1 solid pull up with no added weight

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I have a background in whitewater kayaking, tried going pro in my late teens. Probably why my upper back/posterior chain strength came back quickly. I grind bodyweight pull ups all the time, "grease the groove" style, since I have a power cage in my living room. Real bachelor type setup. Just a rack, Rogue barbell, 6x 45s and a handful of change plates.

        Keep movin' on those pull ups. You'd be surprised with how quickly you can progress from one pull up to multiple.

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Don't know 1rm but 110x3, 154x3, 242x10, 203x6, 66x7, dyel numbers frankly

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    4 years
    85kg
    Ohp 75kg
    Bench 115kg
    Squat 175kg
    Deadlift 210kg
    Never tried 1rm curl but I do sets of 8 Hammer curl with 17.5kg

    My goal is to reach 3/4/5 then cut, but improving bench is getting hard

    • 4 weeks ago
      Shaman of /fit/ LISTEN TO ME IF YOU WANT TO MAKE IT

      You're an intermediate, time to run a bench-focused program. Bench 2 - 3x / week, do OHP once, pendlay rows and chinups every session, throw dips in there on a feels basis, lots of skullcrushers / overhead tricep extensions, and squat + deadlift 1x / wk.

      Do this, and you'll be at 140kg by the end of the year.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I moved to 3 bench session per week, will try to do more pendlay rows and chinups.
        Thank you for your guidance, Shaman of /fit

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i stopped lifting for high weight and focused on high reps which gave me better results.
    with high weight i'd lift for up to 6 months and eventually feel too much pain to continue.
    i tried doing high weight for about 10 years starting around 17 or 18 before i ever tried high reps.

    the weight is still "moderate" with 50 reps of squats from 100-150 lbs.
    or dbbench with ~55s.

    and then from there i decided i might as well embrace endurance and started to run/walk more.
    that really felt like another big improvement.

    but from what i've seen people hate hearing this and just want big numbers rather than simple effective body improvement.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That's what I do too. I never was able to go heavy all the time without eventual snappage.

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    lifts aside, picrel woman is the dream. White women hit on me and I just ignore that shit. My NEET years donating to asian women on Twitch, watching K-dramas all the time, has destroyed my brain. I may have to move overseas after I finish this engineering degree.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

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      I'm using it to practice my Japanese, and since downloading it yesterday I'm already speaking to 4 different hot Japanese women and I also have Chinese ones trying to contact me. One even just described to me how she's taking a bath 5 minutes after contacting me for the first time with a voice message.
      As long as you're a decent looking white man and you make your profile photo your face they'll flock to you.

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Pounds:
    75/110/165/215/50 (for 10)

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Bw: 220 lbs, lifting for 4 months (lifted previously in college but stopped for about 7 years)
    I don’t do 1rm
    OHP: 120x5
    BP: 215x5
    Squat: 225x5
    DL: idk haven’t deadlifted in years
    Curl: ez bar 50lbs
    Can bang out 7 strict dead hang pull ups

  12. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I don't do OHP BP SQUAT DEADLIFt cause of scoliosis

    5'8, 149lbs, 30 dumbbells for curls (with a bit of body movement)

  13. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    200lbs
    just over a year
    135/190/260/320/IDK

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I'm 163lbs at 5'11".
      NA/200lbs/300lbs/405lbs
      I don't really bench or ohp, but I'd like to reach a 3pl8 squat

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Forgot curls:
        45lbs

  14. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    5'9", 205lbs. Lifting for 9 years

    OHP / BP / S / DL

    220 / 305 / 410 / 505

    I don't really max curls, at least 110 on an ez bar strict. I can do a weighted pullup at +165 lbs.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Damn literally 5/4/3/2. Pic? Vid of press?

  15. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    230 lbs, lots of fat to lose
    >best sets
    160x10, 245x5, 405x3, 405x3, 60x10

    I don't go for 1rm, and the calculated one always seems way off. My deadlift is underdeveloped compared to other lifts, just started it late

  16. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    225lbs. Got back into the gym on new years eve, so 4 and a half months.
    ohp: 175lbs
    bp: 265lbs
    squat: 308lbs
    deadlift 407lbs
    curl: no idea dawg

    These are old maxes, tested on march i think

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You hit these in 3 months?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        if he was lifting before that, then it's plausible, body can re-adapt quickly.

  17. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    why's she looking at me like that

  18. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    205lbs
    13 years
    OHP 155
    BP 290
    SQUAT 420
    DL 420
    CURL idk man

  19. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    153lbs, 3 years,140 ohp, 265 bench, 315 squat, 385dl. I'm usually just on the roon threads, but this is surprising comfy.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Checked, also 70 for alternating curls, and 6 strict reps with 1 plate on the ez curl bar.

  20. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    180 lbs
    OHP 100 lbs
    BP 145 lbs
    Squat 200 lbs
    DL 290 lbs

    2 years going to the gym, I was a skinnyfat nerd with 0 strength, not so skinny anymore

  21. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    180cm, 82 Kgs
    OHP 55Kg 3x6
    BP 1.5 lmaopl8s 3x12
    Squat (high bar) 2pl8 3x12
    RDL 3pl8 3x8
    Curl 20Kg 3x8

    Started lifting 2 years ago in my 30s, I used to do competitive swimming and non competitive kickboxing before. I'm really scared of 1RMs and I increase the weight only when I'm beyond sure I won't get ACK'd

  22. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    190lbs
    10 months
    OHP: 145
    BP: 215 (so close to 2p8, tried last week and couldn't get it.)
    Squat: 245(rarely squat, usually leg press machine)
    DL: 315(former back injury, not trying to push it too hard)
    Curl: 45x7 (never cared about 1RM with curls)

  23. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    27 yo 190cm 105kg probably 8 years lifting

    OHP: 80kg for 5 (I only do it as an accessory now and focus mostly on bench)
    Bench: 150kg
    Squat: 230kg
    Deadlift: 250kg

    Advice I would give my past self:
    Measure your hormones and fix them sooner.
    I had 200 total test for who knows how long and hopped on TRT 6 months ago.
    My bench was stuck at 120kg for 2 years and it easily went to 150kg over half a year just due to TRT.

    Also listen to your body and take it easy if you feel something is off. I tore my hamstring deadlifting once, couldn't squat or deadlift even the empty barbell for the following 2 weeks.
    Took me almost 1 year to get back to the old numbers. I did Bill Starr Rehab protocol to heal it.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Interesting, do you get any side effects even from normal TRT doses? I know test can frick you up in a variety of ways but usually that's in the context of überroiders

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        not him but other poster on trt. no sides at all. my normal test was 580ish. now its 1400ish. balls same size on hcg. i wouldnt know i was on anything if i wasnt harpooning myself 2x a week. im probably gonna blast when i plateau but so far thats not happening on major lifts. my isolations are kinda stuck, shit like bicep curls and laterals just wont go up. can imagine seeing it all go up everytime being super addicting

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        3 main things can happen on TRT.

        You shut down your HPG Axis. Meaning your body doesn't produce its own test anymore. It can lower your fertility and make your balls smaller.
        To counter this you can take HCG alongside TRT.
        Your DHT increases which has mostly positive sides besides balding, if you're prone and scared you can take Fin.
        And the main one is estrogen. If you have sides from TRT its mostly due to estradiol/estrogen.
        It will increase and if its too high it can cause water retention, make you cry like a b***h, high blood pressure, even grow breasts. Usually this won't happen on small TRT doses but if it does you can lower it using Arimidex. This is a strong med and it can lower estrogen below range which is even worse than high. You want a happy medium.

  24. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i dont work out

  25. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    6’1/195lb/37/on trt tbf/3 months
    ive never done 1rm
    ohp 5x5 125lb
    bp 5x5 220lb
    squat 5x5 240lb
    dl 1x5 330lb
    dunno what curl means by itself, single db curl 30lb 3x8 last time

  26. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    135/245/295/385

    I know my squat is fricked up in comparison to my bench and I have no excuse for that.

    I'm 5'7, 133lbs and have been lifting on and off for a while. Doing calisthenics now

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      133lb person benching 245 makes me realize how weak I am

  27. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    265 bench, 405 back squat, 440 pull, 345 front squat, 295 clean and jerk, 225 snatch. I'm a gay oly gay.

    5"9 175, 23 ffmi

  28. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    208lbs 5’9 obese trex status manlet goblin
    3ish months
    165x5 ohp
    225x5 bench
    315x5 squat
    400x2 pull

  29. 4 weeks ago
    Shaman of /fit/ LISTEN TO ME IF YOU WANT TO MAKE IT

    105kg / 230lbs, 2.5, 135 / 205 / 245 / 335 / 115

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You're an intermediate, time to run a bench-focused program. Bench 2 - 3x / week, do OHP once, pendlay rows and chinups every session, throw dips in there on a feels basis, lots of skullcrushers / overhead tricep extensions, and squat + deadlift 1x / wk.

      Do this, and you'll be at 140kg by the end of the year.

      What the frick you're really weak especially for your weight, where do you get off

  30. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    BW93 12%bf 5 years lifting
    85/130/175/210/idc

  31. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    35yo, lifting 4 years natty, 175cm@70kg bw pretty lean right now, will start lean bulk in like a month.

    Current lifts in kg @ end of cut (did not lose much strength as I did a very slow cut):
    90x5 larsen press
    50x7 ohp
    100x12 rdl
    90x7 front squat atg
    40x8 bb curl

    I wasted some time in the beginning by bulking too fast / drinking too much / not enough volume, but I feel my gains are pretty ok so far.

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