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Vegan strength table - 2004

Postby Oak » Wed Jul 07, 2004 9:56 pm

Male
No.....Weight.....Squat......Bench......Dead.......Total.......Name
1........88kg........227.3kg...143kg......252.3kg...622.6kg...Sensless* +
2........114.5kg...200kg......127.3kg...247.7kg...568.2kg...VeganEssentials
3........113.3kg...180kg......160kg......220kg......560kg......Muscle-Milita
4........105kg......152.3kg...129.9kg...211.4kg...493.6kg...J
5........64kg........170.5.......97.7kg.....202kg......470kg......VeganJosh
6........101kg......165kg......107.5kg...182.5kg...455kg......JP
7........95kg........125kg......100kg......155kg......380kg......jonathan
8........86kg........130kg......110kg......130kg......370kg......Blaz
9........75kg........111.36k...95.45kg...161.36k...368.17kg.Funfetus
10......74kg........140kg......75kg........150kg......365kg......Oak
11......104.3kg...138.3kg...83.9kg.....124.7kg...349.9kg...Michaelhobson
12......83kg........130kg......75kg........140kg......345kg......GenTDuke
13......90kg........115kg......85kg........145kg......345kg......Dee
14......81kg........112.5kg...85kg........145kg......342.5kg...Ironman d
15......90kg........100kg......90kg........140kg......330kg......Bronco
16......77kg........100kg......88.5kg.....127kg......315.5kg...Brandon VEGANMAN Leudke
17......79kg........102kg......84kg........125kg......311kg......daviddenton
18......89kg........90.9kg.....65.9kg.....143.2kg...300kg......Tylerm
19......80kg........80kg........85kg........100kg......265kg......Kadett8
20......100kg......00kg........95kg........150kg......245kg......Hannibal
21......75kg........56kg........71kg........111kg......238kg......Buzz
22......70kg........77kg........56.8kg.....77kg........210.8kg...DaveNoisy
23......87kg........55kg........62.5kg.....80kg........197.5kg...Graeme

Female
No.....Weight.....Squat......Bench......Dead.......Total.......Name
1........60kg........79.4kg.....45.4kg.....102.1kg...226.9kg...Crystal
2........70kg........77.3kg.....59.1kg.....86.4kg.....222.8kg...ReneCarol25
3........80kg........80kg........50kg.........60kg.......190kg......Mary
4........63kg........60kg........32.5kg......77.5kg....162.5kg...Kathryn +
5........63kg........32.5kg.....32.5kg......75kg.......140kg......K
6........54.5kg.....61.36kg...34kg.........00kg.......95.36kg...Dianski

+ = Recently updated
* = Near vegan, meat-free athletes

Wilks
Male (in order): Sensless, VeganJosh, VeganEssentials, MuscleMilitia, J, JP, Funfetus, Oak, Blaz, Jonathan, Ironman d, GenTDuke, Brandon, Dee, daviddenton, Bronco, Michaelhobson, Tylerm, Kadett8, Buzz, DaveNoisy, Hannibal, , Graeme,
Female (in order): Crystal, ReneCarol25, Kathryn, Mary, K, Dianski
Overall (in order): Sensless, VeganJosh, VeganEssentials, MuscleMilitia, J, JP, Funfetus, Oak, Crystal, Blaz, Jonathan, Ironman d, GenTDuke, ReneCarol25, Brandon, Dee, daviddenton, Bronco, Michaelhobson, Tylerm, Kadett8, Kathryn, Mary, Buzz, DaveNoisy, Hannibal, K, Graeme, Dianski

Top 3 Squatters: .1st Sensless 2nd VeganJosh 3rd VeganEssentials
Top 3 Benchers: ..1st Muscle Militia 2nd Sensless 3rd J
Top 3 Deaders: ...1st Sensless 2nd veganjosh 3rd veganessentials
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Postby CENTURION 2 CENTS » Thu Jul 08, 2004 5:51 am

This is what I posted above but Oak grantedly wanted it shifted down, lol.

What might be put for making a realistic female average
record of weights here alongside the average male BBer?.....
Might preferably female (of course) be able to fill in the female table??

Is that what you want a female here to do?
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Females

Postby Oak » Thu Jul 08, 2004 8:13 am

Yeah, women just do everything the same, but i'll put the info in the female table.

We will be able to compare Men and women. I'll use the wilks co-efficient so that people of different weights and sex will be represented in their relative strength.

The wilks formula is used in powerlifting to work out who really has the most muscle! :lol:

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Postby JP » Thu Jul 08, 2004 8:22 am

i'll put my lifts in before Ryan does so i'll get my few minutes of being on no. 1 spot :lol: Ah, Ryan is away at the AR conference in washington anyway isn't he?

Great thing this "virtual powerlifting" competition - hope people from all levels will participate. It's a good way to monitor your own progress.

Here are my stats:

male
95kg
squat 165kg
bench 100kg
deadlift 177.5kg
total 442.5kg

New totals in 3-4 weeks time!

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Postby Oak » Thu Jul 08, 2004 9:08 am

Those are amazing lifts JP!

Not to far off the big 500kg total!

Oak :D
Even using the wilks formula you still beat me by about 10 points. Humph.
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Postby JP » Fri Jul 09, 2004 7:52 am

For people who lift in pounds, here's a conversion table:
http://www.onlineconversion.com/weight_common.htm
to get them to kilograms.
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Postby CENTURION 2 CENTS » Fri Jul 09, 2004 8:23 am

Thanks for that JP. I was in need of something that enables us to easily (I hope easily) make conversions of lbs and Kgs etc etc etc...

Also about this "Wilkes" method which it appears to be knwon as, though WAIT; seems you have deleted the name of this now, but why?....I'm positive thats what you had reference to, in order to make this thing work!

Anyway, let us know about that, I'm sure whatever the method, any methods which makes possible to do a fair comparision of each sex lifting record, and to work out how the results can made into a happy irrespective of gender has to be good thing (taking into account the differing gender proportions and so on like that)...


BTW: A brief comment from me now on another similar idea started by "Oak" as seen in the TABLES thread in General Discussion, why in this catagory; is this bekoz your idea for that Oak is still being formulated or is it literally already up and RUNNING?... :lol:

Assumedly though might it not be better we perhaps get familiar with the methods of calculation first in this thread first to see how things turn out before starting the other RUNNING table agenda/task right?....

I guess it makes most sense for us all to concentrate on this thread first of all in Power N Strength (or Cardio catagory if it is RUNNING we are talking about)_
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Postby Frostfire » Fri Jul 09, 2004 9:41 pm

Here are my stats so far:

gender: female
weight: 130 lbs (59.0 kg)
squat: 155 lbs (70.3 kg)
bench: 80 lbs (36.3 kg)
deadlift: 165 lbs (74.8 kg)
total: 400 lbs (181.4 kg)

They are not 1 rep max's because I've never tested that. They are just the max I've done in a workout. Will hopefully get a spotter or something soon so I can test at 1 rep soon! Will definatly update as I progress.
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Postby stateofflux » Sat Jul 10, 2004 8:37 am

I'm adding this reluctantly, I'm not competitive, never have been, never will be. I also don't train consistently so I'm not the best example of a vegan lifter. These are my most recent 1 rep max's, I haven't lifted in just under a month.

weight: 58 kg
gender: female
bench: 37.5 kg
squat: 40 kg
deadlift: 85 kg
total: 162.5 kg
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Postby CENTURION 2 CENTS » Sat Jul 10, 2004 9:12 am

I don't see why this has to be considered competitive but thanks anyway for posting about that Rochelle (your stats too!) bekoz now I am not competitive much either, other than purely to improve physique with the interest of knowing what results other people are managing and how they manage to attain such results and whether such might work for me!... etc.. :)
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Great everyone

Postby Oak » Sat Jul 10, 2004 11:54 am

Hey Crystal, great lifts! More to come too. I've seen strong women in my gym lifting and you'd beat them all.

Rochelle, amazing deadlift. You have a really strong back and general body, where do you think that comes from?
I know what you mean about the competitiveness aspect. I'm probably more competitive than you but it's the one thing i really lack. I just like participating in things most of the time.
I always used to get hassled off my sprinting coach for being so uncompetive :lol:

Centurian when are we going to see your totals then?

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Postby Mary » Sat Jul 10, 2004 5:34 pm

Should we put our body weight into the equation too? I haven't lifted anything for a few months. My single best lift was a squat at eighty, but I don't think I could do it now. (I tried for three reps, but only managed one rep correctly.)

I don't think I should contribute till I get back to the gym though.
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Postby ironman d » Sat Jul 10, 2004 5:53 pm

Male.
Body weight 81kg.
Squat 112.5kg.
Bench 85kg.
Deadlift 145kg.
Total 342.5kg.

And getting heavier by the day!
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Re: Vegan strength table!

Postby JP » Sat Jul 10, 2004 5:56 pm

[quote="Oak"]
3........76kg........140kg......65kg........140kg......345kg......Oak


:shock: oak mate, i saw you pull 155kg deadlift, you are being modest here!

Mary, the bodyweight is listed there.

Also, two different things to be strong and demonstrate it. Powerlifters can't demonstrate their best lifts at will - it takes quite a few weeks of conditioning to get it, so the lift doesn't have to be your very latest lift, but your current "personal best" within reasonable timeframe (like a year or something, i don't know - this might not be an issue anyway, people can use their own judgement). So if you squatted 80kg, then you squatted 80 - you know you have done it and you are cabable to do it, that is your personal best in squat. 1 rep is all you need.

btw, bloody good squat!
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