How much can you bench press?

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I think I can bench about 60-70kg (132 to 154 pounds).

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330 pounds for 8 reps. Never tried to aim higher.

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Around 250 as a workout

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155 my max when I'm by myself. But I haven't consistently benched in a while do my bench fluctuates

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#5  Edited By Ghostodoofus2

@tensor: 330? You must look like Bane. Awesome job.

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My max was 110kg (around 243lbs); I'm aiming to get to 130kg (285lbs) till the end of the year.

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10 reps of 320 lbs.

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Maybe like 270lbs but it's been more than a decade since I've even tried so maybe I couldn't do it this very moment but it's not hard to get back into form pretty quick.

I could probably do more but I don't really want to try.

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I've never attempted to max out.

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@ghostodoofus2: Yeah . Not Bane but big enough. If you want to get stronger. Strength training is a nice way to go.

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I don't work out that much. I'm more focused on my studies atm. The most I've ever bench pressed was the one 30-40 lb weight I have at home. If I had to take a guess, I'd say 80 at max, probably closer to 60. Yeah, I'm not strong, lol.

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270 for 5. Pipe dreaming for 300 by the end of this year.

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10 reps of 320 lbs.

Damn that's at least a 420 max. Impressive.

My training max is about 260 right now for bench. Once I get it back to 275-285 i'm just gonna maintain. I messed my shoulder up wrestling all the way back in HS, had a couple more injuries being stupid and ego lifting, so I figured a decent lift is better than risking injury.

I prefer squatting and deadlifting anyways lol

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@buttersdaman000: Man, let me tell you... if you don't already feel it from the weight you're currently benching, when you get to my level, your body is going to feel broken for a few weeks. At least. Lol.

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@tensor said:

330 pounds for 8 reps. Never tried to aim higher.

I didn't even see this. That's impressive as hell too.

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#18  Edited By buttersdaman000

@buttersdaman000: Man, let me tell you... if you don't already feel it from the weight you're currently benching, when you get to my level, your body is going to feel broken for a few weeks. At least. Lol.

I have no intention of ever benching that much lol

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@buttersdaman000: Good, and for anytime you change your mind, and anyone else reading this, beware... pain central. Especially if you're on the Cavill-Adkins diet. Haha.

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@buttersdaman000: Good, and for anytime you change your mind, and anyone else reading this, beware... pain central. Especially if you're on the Cavill-Adkins diet. Haha.

I don't think heavy lifting should hurt lol

What diet is that?

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@buttersdaman000: 6 months of eating nothing but skinless, boneless chicken breasts without seasoning, and no carbohydrates.

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#22  Edited By insomnimaniac

@ghostodoofus2 said:

@insomnimaniac:Never knew ComicVine had so many beasts.

I'm not really all that strong for my frame, I'm just above average sized. I might be able to do 360 if I actually worked out, just throw all 8 of my 45ers on the bar, I just don't really like to feel the burn so I never go higher than 180 nowadays.

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I don't work out that much. I'm more focused on my studies atm. The most I've ever bench pressed was the one 30-40 lb weight I have at home. If I had to take a guess, I'd say 80 at max, probably closer to 60. Yeah, I'm not strong, lol.

Dang dude! You gotta work at it until you can at least bench your body weight.

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250 I'm weak

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250 I'm weak

Uh, how big are you to consider 250lbs weak or are you talking kilos? 550lbs would be nuts!

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@insomnimaniac: Well, directly after I posted that, I figured out my weaker sister can lift at least 120 lbs on a bench, so I’m actually doing a lot better than I thought I was. But yeah, that’s barely above half my weight. I need to get it moving on. Though to be fair, the people who generally care about their strength (I haven’t until recently) have probably worked out for years and years, while I just started a few months ago.

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@insomnimaniac: Well, directly after I posted that, I figured out my weaker sister can lift at least 120 lbs on a bench, so I’m actually doing a lot better than I thought I was. But yeah, that’s barely above half my weight. I need to get it moving on. Though to be fair, the people who generally care about their strength (I haven’t until recently) have probably worked out for years and years, while I just started a few months ago.

Maybe try for those quick twitch muscles & just go for speed.

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I don't get how this works but I'm a lean 201lbs right now & I top out at 240 (heaviest I've ever been) I still look scrawny but I was stronger by far at 179lbs with a 6'8 frame.

I thought muscle was supposed to be heavier than fat so why am I at my strongest when I'm underweight?

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I rarely lift heavy now but when I did I could get up 315 3-4 times.

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110kg for 3 reps was my maximum but I rarely lift heavy. I do far more functional training and just exercise with a high rep count.

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1100 pounds.

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Got a weak bench. I hit 210 once on a mock meet I did at my school gym with a buddy of mine.

Focusing on powerlifting rn tho, tryna get all my lifts back up to what they were before my cut and mainly focusing on increasing my bench.

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350 for my one rep max at my peak.

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I don't get how this works but I'm a lean 201lbs right now & I top out at 240 (heaviest I've ever been) I still look scrawny but I was stronger by far at 179lbs with a 6'8 frame.

I thought muscle was supposed to be heavier than fat so why am I at my strongest when I'm underweight?

A pound is a pound is a pound is a pound. A pound a feathers weighs the same amount as a pound of steel. Muscle isn't heavier than fat, it's just more dense and takes up less space.

I don't know why you're stronger when you're underweight, but maybe you were simply doing more strength training? Or maybe that lean mass is more fat mass than you think?

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400 pounds 25 reps 6 sets

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400 pounds 25 reps 6 sets

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300 lbs is the most I’ve done for one rep.

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110 kg was my max in 5 rep set till I realized how dumb and useless this exercise is. Never went for one max rep cuz it's even dumber way of training than the exercise itself, so I cant tell you.

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#41  Edited By Skrskr

275 for 2-3 reps

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220 I think

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10lbs.

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@insomnimaniac said:

I don't get how this works but I'm a lean 201lbs right now & I top out at 240 (heaviest I've ever been) I still look scrawny but I was stronger by far at 179lbs with a 6'8 frame.

I thought muscle was supposed to be heavier than fat so why am I at my strongest when I'm underweight?

A pound is a pound is a pound is a pound. A pound a feathers weighs the same amount as a pound of steel. Muscle isn't heavier than fat, it's just more dense and takes up less space.

I don't know why you're stronger when you're underweight, but maybe you were simply doing more strength training? Or maybe that lean mass is more fat mass than you think?

My job at the time required a lot of repetitive motions but I wasn't doing much heavy lifting.

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About 25 tons

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Enough to not be called weak.

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Haven't bench pressed since 9th grade. Then i could bench about 70 kg. I'm sure I can do at least 100 now as I am 20 years old and have been doing heavy dumbbell exercises a lot the last 2 years.

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@tensor said:

@ghostodoofus2: Yeah . Not Bane but big enough. If you want to get stronger. Strength training is a nice way to go.

That was the most obvious thing I've heard today lol