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    Sweet. I am Level III strong. Level VII Scientology.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Padron-McCarthy View Post
    For us who use the wrong system, will you publish them in kilograms too?
    No, but you and your handy calculator are free to do so, with appropriate attribution.

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    Sweet, Category 3 for press and bench press

    Category 1 for Squat and Deadlift

    Category 2 on power clean.


    What's my category on bicep curls?

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    What does each category represent?

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    What does each category represent?
    Improvement. These are basically to help out those who are not up to competing have some idea of expectations/goal-setting/achievement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Padron-McCarthy View Post
    For us who use the wrong system, will you publish them in kilograms too?
    Did some quick copy&paste and some Excel magic, and here are the numbers in kilograms:

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    Press - Adult Men					
    Bodyweight	Cat.I	Cat.II	Cat.III	Cat.IV	Cat.V
    52		24	33	41	49	59
    56		26	35	44	53	64
    60		28	38	48	57	68
    67		31	43	54	64	77
    75		34	46	59	69	84
    82		37	50	63	74	99
    90		39	53	66	78	106
    100		40	55	70	83	116
    110		42	58	72	86	120
    125		44	59	74	88	123
    145		44	60	76	90	126
    146+		45	62	78	92	129
    
    Press - Adult Women					
    Bodyweight	Cat.I	Cat.II	Cat.III	Cat.IV	Cat.V
    44		14	19	23	30	39
    48		15	21	24	32	41
    52		16	22	26	34	44
    56		17	24	28	37	47
    60		18	25	29	39	50
    67		20	27	33	43	55
    75		22	29	35	46	61
    82		23	32	38	50	64
    90		25	34	38	53	68
    91+		26	36	42	56	72
    
    Bench Press - Adult Men					
    Bodyweight	Cat.I	Cat.II	Cat.III	Cat.IV	Cat.V
    52		38	49	59	81	101
    56		41	53	64	88	110
    60		44	57	69	94	118
    67		49	64	78	106	132
    75		54	69	85	116	145
    82		58	74	91	125	156
    90		61	78	97	131	164
    100		64	83	102	139	173
    110		68	86	105	143	179
    125		69	89	108	147	185
    145		71	90	111	151	189
    146+		72	93	112	154	193
    
    Bench Press - Adult Women					
    Bodyweight	Cat.I	Cat.II	Cat.III	Cat.IV	Cat.V
    44		22	29	33	43	53
    48		24	31	36	46	56
    52		26	33	39	49	60
    56		27	35	41	53	64
    60		29	37	43	55	68
    67		32	41	48	61	75
    75		34	44	51	66	83
    82		37	47	55	72	87
    90		40	51	59	76	93
    91+		42	54	62	80	98
    
    Squat - Adult Men				
    Bodyweight	Cat.I	Cat.II	Cat.III	Cat.IV	Cat.V
    52		35	65	79	109	145
    56		38	70	86	117	157
    60		41	76	93	126	167
    67		46	85	104	142	186
    75		50	93	113	155	202
    82		54	100	122	166	217
    90		57	105	129	176	229
    100		60	111	137	186	241
    110		62	116	141	192	250
    125		64	118	145	197	257
    145		65	121	148	202	263
    146+		67	123	151	206	269
    
    Squat - Adult Women					
    Bodyweight	Cat.I	Cat.II	Cat.III	Cat.IV	Cat.V
    44		21	38	44	59	74
    48		22	41	48	64	79
    52		24	44	52	68	85
    56		25	47	55	73	90
    60		27	50	58	76	96
    67		29	55	64	84	105
    75		32	59	68	91	116
    82		34	63	74	98	122
    90		37	68	79	104	131
    91+		39	72	83	110	137
    
    Deadlift - Adult Men					
    Bodyweight	Cat.I	Cat.II	Cat.III	Cat.IV	Cat.V
    52		44	81	93	136	176
    56		48	88	101	145	188
    60		51	95	108	155	199
    67		57	106	122	172	219
    75		62	115	133	186	235
    82		67	124	143	199	249
    90		71	131	151	207	257
    100		74	138	159	217	266
    110		78	144	165	222	270
    125		80	148	169	226	273
    145		82	151	173	230	276
    146+		83	154	176	232	280
    
    Deadlift - Adult Women					
    Bodyweight	Cat.I	Cat.II	Cat.III	Cat.IV	Cat.V
    44		26	48	55	79	105
    48		28	52	60	86	110
    52		30	55	64	91	115
    56		32	59	68	96	119
    60		34	62	72	100	124
    67		37	68	80	109	134
    75		40	73	86	117	145
    82		43	79	93	124	149
    90		46	85	98	129	158
    91+		49	89	104	135	165
    
    Power Clean - Adult Men					
    Bodyweight	Cat.I	Cat.II	Cat.III	Cat.IV	Cat.V
    52		25	47	57	78	94
    56		27	51	62	84	102
    60		29	55	67	91	108
    67		33	61	75	102	121
    75		36	67	82	112	131
    82		39	72	88	120	141
    90		41	76	93	127	148
    100		43	80	98	133	156
    110		45	83	102	138	162
    125		46	85	104	142	166
    145		47	87	107	145	171
    146+		48	89	108	148	174
    				
    Power Clean - Adult Women					
    Bodyweight	Cat.I	Cat.II	Cat.III	Cat.IV	Cat.V
    44		15	28	32	42	53
    48		16	30	34	46	57
    52		17	32	37	49	61
    56		18	34	39	52	65
    60		20	36	42	55	69
    67		21	39	46	60	76
    75		23	42	49	65	83
    82		24	45	54	70	88
    90		26	49	57	75	94
    91+		28	52	60	79	99
    I let the program round up or down depending to whichever full unit the exact number was the closest to.

    For an official list some numbers would probably need to be tweaked. A two pound difference may make no difference in kilograms due to rounding.

    Anyway, feel free to use the list.

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    Already people are patting themselves on the back for level III. Deary me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan S View Post
    What does each category represent?
    This is Mark's section but for me what it means is that the trim 185 pound high school kid I saw benching 2 plates for reps yesterday is on his way to being a pretty strong dude...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    No, but you and your handy calculator are free to do so, with appropriate attribution.
    If someone were to volunteer to provide a conversion, would you be interested in publishing it?

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    Category 4 on everything except the pulls. My power clean is fucking pathetic.

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