according to the tables, my lifts could potentially improve greatly with better squat numbers
Hi J,I just had a quick look at this topic and wanted to give you my thoughts on what your lifts could be at if your technique was fairly proficient. This is based off of a 245kg Back Squat. Knowing that your background is Powerlifting it would all depend on how you are performing the back squat. Is it a Powerlifting Squat or an Olympic lifting Squat? Here is what I came up with off of 245. This is based off of percentages and I found that these percentages calculated off of my best Back Squat were very close to my personal best lifts in training.Front Squat - 218kgClean & Jerk - 196kgPower Jerk - 180kgPower Clean - 166kgSnatch - 156kgPower Snatch - 135kg
Just though I would post some of my numbers. (all are in training at a body-weight of 95-96kgs at 20 years old)Currently at:115 Snatch140 Clean and Jerk147.5 Front squat172.5 Back squat (165 for a double)122.5 power jerk130 Power clean97.5-100 power snatch (100 was RIGHT at parallel)107.5 snatch from blocks100 snatch from the hang (double)according to the tables, my lifts could potentially improve greatly with better squat numbers
And Chris's formula as lit a fire under me to improve my front squat. It's going to be a fun journey.
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