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The Olympic Lifting Strength Table 2010

Postby baldy » Mon Jan 11, 2010 1:46 pm

The Olympic Lifting Strength Table 2010

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Weight Clean&Jerk Snatch Total Name

1 109kg 125 95 220 ralst
2 105kg 120 90 210 JP
3 107.8kg 111 95 206 bronco
4 100kg 115 75 190 SpugFab
5 125kg 110 80 190 Jonathan
6 95kg 110 80 190 xCx
7 88kg 105 75 180 deavman
8 108kg 105 60 165 sosso
9 83kg 93 66 159 Wannalift
10 105kg 85.5 70 155.5 Hardcore iv
11 88kg 85 70 155 Hayden
12 85kg 85 67.5 152.5 Kryptonite V
13 71kg 85 65 150 Mellos
14 77kg 81 65 146 Ninearms
15 85kg 86 56.8 142.8 DrummerBoy
16 75kg 80 60 140 Wobbly Lifter
17 85kg 80 60 140 Oak
18 87kg 80 55 135 thestoatyone
19 87.5kg 75 60 135 baldy
20 80kg 75 55 130 hoffmeister
21 68kg 70 55 125 VeganJosh
22 +-70kg 70 55 125 XkillerX
23 76kg 70 50 120 Clintpatty
24 83kg 65 47.5 112.5 Albin
25 71kg 65 45 110 !TrainHarder!
26 95kg 55 50 110 Big Good Wolf
27 63kg 55 42 97 Ultra Whippet
28 87kg 85 ? 85 Johnboy74
29 98kg 80 0 80 Buzz
30 ? 52.5 20 72.5 Fruitbat
31 60kg 45 20 65 Frostfire
32 ? 25 42.5 67.5 FormicaLinoleum
33 57kg 35 27 62 Shellie
34 81kg ? 52.5 52.5 Anton
35 ? 61 ? ? V VII Hero

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The Rules:
a) must be vegan
b) not super strict on the form, let your conscience be your guide, if in doubt video it.
c) no suits or straps
d) any kind of press allowed.

Clean and Jerk:
http://www.exrx.net/WeightExercises/Oly ... dJerk.html
and Snatch:
http://www.exrx.net/WeightExercises/Oly ... natch.html


Thanks to Jonathan and Wobbly Lifter for the previous tables.

2007 table:
forum/modcp.php?t=11460

2008 table:
forum/viewtopic.php?t=13185

2009 table:
forum/viewtopic.php?t=17262
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Postby baldy » Mon Jan 11, 2010 2:11 pm

Ok the table is up but very out of date, half of the guys in the top 10 barely even lift weights any more.

Lets bring in the new school!

All your crossfitters, kettleballers, strongmen and powerlifters show us how strong you really are.
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Postby JP » Tue Jan 12, 2010 8:09 am

solid, stickied.

You dropped all the "assistance" lifts out, deliberate decision?
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Postby baldy » Tue Jan 12, 2010 4:39 pm

[quote="JP"]
You dropped all the "assistance" lifts out, deliberate decision?

Yeah I felt it had the table too messy with lots of blanks.

We can start threads for other lifts if wanted?
Or I can add them back, if people prefer it?
Or we can just lift some weights off the floor till they are overhead!
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Postby JP » Sat Jan 16, 2010 4:41 pm

seems like not a huge rush of opinions so i say do what you see best & want mate :)
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Postby bronco » Sat Jan 16, 2010 9:42 pm

[quote="baldy"][quote="JP"]
You dropped all the "assistance" lifts out, deliberate decision?

Yeah I felt it had the table too messy with lots of blanks.

We can start threads for other lifts if wanted?
Or I can add them back, if people prefer it?
Or we can just lift some weights off the floor till they are overhead!

I think it was an excellent decision to drop the assistance lift :) . If I could make a wish it would be that you added sinclair points to the table and sorted it on that. That is after all the official way of comparing weightlifting performances.
[quote="JP"]Spirulina is a badass crew, and they often just hang around in street corners looking to beat up proteins.

They oftenget confused by the fact that they are almost half protein themselves.
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Postby baldy » Sat Jan 16, 2010 10:38 pm

[quote="bronco"] If I could make a wish it would be that you added sinclair points to the table and sorted it on that. That is after all the official way of comparing weightlifting performances.

The only major problem is that I have no idea how Sinclair points work, I will take a look into it. If its simple and meaningful then probably worth adding.
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Postby bronco » Sun Jan 17, 2010 10:44 am

[quote="baldy"][quote="bronco"] If I could make a wish it would be that you added sinclair points to the table and sorted it on that. That is after all the official way of comparing weightlifting performances.

The only major problem is that I have no idea how Sinclair points work, I will take a look into it. If its simple and meaningful then probably worth adding.

It is quite simple and extremely meaningfull, and wikipedia has a decent description: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sinclair_Coefficients . At one point I started making a script for calculating the table with sinclair coefficients, if you want I could finnish it and send it over. Or you could just make one yourself, your probably even more of a nerd than I am :) .
Anyway, if you dont want the sinclair points then just skip it. I wont be making PBs anytime soon anyway.
[quote="JP"]Spirulina is a badass crew, and they often just hang around in street corners looking to beat up proteins.

They oftenget confused by the fact that they are almost half protein themselves.
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Postby hoffmeister » Thu Jan 21, 2010 1:29 pm

Tomorrw I'll get a result in c & j. You can write 45 in snatch (power though)
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Postby baldy » Thu Jan 21, 2010 1:47 pm

[quote="hoffmeister"]Tomorrw I'll get a result in c & j. You can write 45 in snatch (power though)

Good man, and let me know your bodyweight.
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Postby baldy » Thu Jan 21, 2010 1:49 pm

[quote="bronco"]
It is quite simple ...


[quote="wikipedia"]Assume that we are assessing a male weightlifter weighing 56 kg with a total of 305 kg.
Then, x=56 kg, and we have
X=log10(x/b)=log10(56/168.091)=-0.477356434
A(X^2)=0.845716976*(-0.477356434)^2=0.845716976*0.227869165=0.192712821
10^(A(X^2))=10^0.192712821=1.558521584

Sinclair Total = Actual Total x S.C. = 305 kg x 1.558521584 = 475.349 kg
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Postby hoffmeister » Thu Jan 21, 2010 2:35 pm

74
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Postby hoffmeister » Fri Jan 22, 2010 3:54 pm

65, not very impressive.
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Postby baldy » Sun Jan 24, 2010 9:01 pm

[quote="hoffmeister"]65, not very impressive.

Your on the board, from the clean videos you posted awhile ago I would say you have plenty more tucked away in your bag, your clean technique looked awesome.
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Postby hoffmeister » Mon Jan 25, 2010 12:11 pm

Thanks! The clean is no problem at all, could probably do over 80, but my pressing sucks big time.
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