Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by theronald, Aug 17, 2007.
i watched some old dude (about 45) benchpress 225-18 reps.i wonder what that would be for a single?
high reps don't really translate well into calculating a single.
315, probably higher i would assume
what can you bench 18 times and what is your max?
i would say 315-335
thats it! i can bench 315 and i cant do 225 for 18 reps.
i benched 330 touch n go and i think i could get 18
if u did it alot u prolly could do more.
when i maxed at 405 i could only do 365 x 6
now maxing at 435 i can only do like 365 x 4
when i first started 225 for reps i could only do 20. now i can do 25
Adam Nelson benched 225 for 85 reps in high school
what the shit
theres really no correlation. You need to train for reps and you need to train for heavy singles and triples.
oh man. he beat my 225 for 84
I would think a decent amount higher
oh my shit
i give up
My PE teacher (50 something) Does 225 20 times, he says he hasn't maxed out in years and has no clue what his maxout is.
Have you seen adam nelson? he's huge!! also he throws a 16lb shot put like 72ft!!
I can do 225 for 20-25 and max out at 365
But 82?! Shit I can barely do 90 push ups
you're probably also a far cry from the physique of this guy.
Old man strength is crazy.
thats definatly bs.u can usally go 80-100 reps of 15% of your max rep. and the world record (with shirt) is 1036 max. he is a full grown professional powerlifter and if he was to do 80-100 reps he would do it with around 155. theres no way that guy could shatter what the worlds best could do when he was only in hs.
I just did this last week. I maxed out at 225X16 and did 350.