I would think that national level weightlifters are quite a bit more efficient with their technique than I am.
Thank for the spreadsheet Chris. My numbers are pretty close to the formulae, so that means my technique is pretty close, but could use some improvement. I can squat a little bit more than the formula would suggest. No surprising, given that I'm a self-taught masters lifter with only a year of experience. I would think that national level weightlifters are quite a bit more efficient with their technique than I am.
Thanks Arden, but those #'s are based off of J's (Judas) Back Squat. I was trying to show him what his lifts could be at with a 245kg Squat if he had good technique, was fast, flexible, and efficient for his strength. Here is what my best were when I was between the age of 24 - 28 as a 90kg lifter. I started lifting at the age of 13 and a bodyweight of approximately 42kg.Back Squat - 262.5 x 2Front Squat - 235Jerk (Rack) - 215Clean & Jerk - 202.5Clean - 205Power Jerk (Rack) - 190 (front) 200 (back)Power Clean - 182.5 x 2 (Hang)Snatch - 165Power Snatch - 150Split Snatch - 140Narrow Grip Snatch - 122.5I turn 50 in a few months, weigh around the same and have been back training consistantly for about 6 months. Last competition I went to was last month and I did 110 + 130. I cleaned 138 twice quite easily but still need more work in the Jerk. The Jerk seems to be the hardest movement for me presently.
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