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    Squats, what's a good weight amount ?

    Gday all, well you read online and in mags ect: about people benching/squatting/deadlifting all these huge numbers, but i'm wondering what is actually good in comparison to somebody's body weight vs what they squat.

    i can do a set of 10 reps @ 85kg (187 lbs) when i weigh 58kg (127.6 lbs) with shoes on. so that's 147% of my body weight. I think that's pretty good. But i really am just trying to get some meat on my bones as i'm way too skinny.
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    Originally Posted by impressionist View Post
    Gday all, well you read online and in mags ect: about people benching/squatting/deadlifting all these huge numbers, but i'm wondering what is actually good in comparison to somebody's body weight vs what they squat.

    i can do a set of 10 reps @ 85kg (187 lbs) when i weigh 58kg (127.6 lbs) with shoes on. so that's 147% of my body weight. I think that's pretty good. But i really am just trying to get some meat on my bones as i'm way too skinny.


    when you can 1rm 2x your body weight its pretty good
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    strive for 2x bodyweight. Anything beyond that is just a bonus.


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    Holy crap, I'm 6'1" and 202 and I consider myself pretty skinny...and you're over 80 lbs less!!

    I don't do squats as I'm still working on my flexibility, but when I tried them, and not even being able to go to parallel, I wasn't doing 185, so that's good, especially at your weight.

    To answer your question, whatever provides a good challenge while keeping proper form is a good weight amount.

    If your range of motion is as tiny as the guy in this video, then that's not a good weight...lower it and try again. http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...hp?t=124788221

    If you have good form and can knock out tons of reps at that weight without it being hard, obviously that's not a good weight and you should increase it.
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    Originally Posted by Crazy Polack View Post
    I don't do squats as I'm still working on my flexibility, but when I tried them, and not even being able to go to parallel, I wasn't doing 185, so that's good, especially at your weight.
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    hey, maybe he was in a coma for 12 years. Give him a break.
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    Originally Posted by Crazy Polack View Post
    Holy crap, I'm 6'1" and 202 and I consider myself pretty skinny...and you're over 80 lbs less!!

    I don't do squats as I'm still working on my flexibility, but when I tried them, and not even being able to go to parallel, I wasn't doing 185, so that's good, especially at your weight.

    To answer your question, whatever provides a good challenge while keeping proper form is a good weight amount.

    If your range of motion is as tiny as the guy in this video, then that's not a good weight...lower it and try again. http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...hp?t=124788221

    If you have good form and can knock out tons of reps at that weight without it being hard, obviously that's not a good weight and you should increase it.
    haha lol that was funny.

    my range of motion is "my arse says hello to my ankles"
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    Respectable numbers are

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    A good amount of weight is any weight you can squat with proper form, good alignment, and proper spine is good. If that's a total 30kg then that's good. As long as your properly stimulating the muscle for your goal.

    If your talking power lifting, then you would need to train in the 1-3 rep range and that's a completely different type of training and eating.
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    Many bodybuilders can do exercises of the doubble of there weigth, but this doesn't mean you are not strong enought, as you said you are skinny, and as I can see from the photo you are a bit. I suggest you to eat more, it will help your muscle grow
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    Squats, what's a good weight amount ?

    5lbs more than you squatted last time.

    Seriously.

    Getting your reps in good form, and adding a tad of iron next time as a reward, is the way up the ladder.



    Originally Posted by impressionist View Post
    Gday all, well you read online and in mags ect: about people benching/squatting/deadlifting all these huge numbers, but i'm wondering what is actually good in comparison to somebody's body weight vs what they squat.
    Many of the numbers are just fictional. As are professional bodybuilder's measurements, including bodyweight, which are usually quoted about 10% more than the real size, except waist measurement, which is 10% under! If I did that, I'd claim to be 240lbs with a 53 inch chest, 20" neck, 15" forearms, 34" waist......... you get the idea.

    Originally Posted by impressionist View Post
    i can do a set of 10 reps @ 85kg (187 lbs) when i weigh 58kg (127.6 lbs) with shoes on. so that's 147% of my body weight. I think that's pretty good. But i really am just trying to get some meat on my bones as i'm way too skinny.
    That is respectable. Just EAT a calorie surplus to sustain those strength gains as long as possible, at the rate of say 2.5kg increments, reducing to about half that by micoloading when necessary, and you won't be skinny for long.

    When the gains from "linear progression", ie adding poundage every session, dry up, time for a more advanced program.

    Best of luck.
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    Originally Posted by TheBroBrah View Post
    Respectable numbers are

    Military 1 x bodyweight
    Bench 1.5 x bodyweight
    Rows 1.5 x bodyweight
    Squat 2 x bodyweight
    Dead Lift 2.5 x bodyweight
    THIS^^^
    Anyone squatting 225 or more with good form is good in my books.

    Originally Posted by jgreystoke View Post
    5lbs more than you squatted last time.

    Seriously.

    Getting your reps in good form, and adding a tad of iron next time as a reward, is the way up the ladder.





    Many of the numbers are just fictional. As are professional bodybuilder's measurements, including bodyweight, which are usually quoted about 10% more than the real size, except waist measurement, which is 10% under! If I did that, I'd claim to be 240lbs with a 53 inch chest, 20" neck, 15" forearms, 34" waist......... you get the idea.



    That is respectable. Just EAT a calorie surplus to sustain those strength gains as long as possible, at the rate of say 2.5kg increments, reducing to about half that by micoloading when necessary, and you won't be skinny for long.

    When the gains from "linear progression", ie adding poundage every session, dry up, time for a more advanced program.

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    i can bench no where near my bodyweight x2, i started off at 30 kg now im on 70 kg which is just over my own bodyweight i gotta a long way to go...form is better than numbers imo
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    Originally Posted by impressionist View Post
    Gday all, well you read online and in mags ect: about people benching/squatting/deadlifting all these huge numbers, but i'm wondering what is actually good in comparison to somebody's body weight vs what they squat.

    i can do a set of 10 reps @ 85kg (187 lbs) when i weigh 58kg (127.6 lbs) with shoes on. so that's 147% of my body weight. I think that's pretty good. But i really am just trying to get some meat on my bones as i'm way too skinny.
    Proper dieting be damned, you should start eating everything in sight. Copious amounts of eggs and steaks and baked potatoes are a good place to start.
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    Originally Posted by impressionist View Post
    i can do a set of 10 reps @ 85kg (187 lbs) when i weigh 58kg (127.6 lbs) with shoes on.
    Based on your numbers you're actually pretty close to a x2 bodyweight in the squat.
    No I did not rely on a 1RM calculator for that, if you can do 10 reps at 85 your true 1RM even without ever lifting heavy for low reps should be easily past 100kgs.
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    Originally Posted by TheBroBrah View Post
    Respectable numbers are

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    Bench 1.5 x bodyweight
    Rows 1.5 x bodyweight
    Squat 2 x bodyweight
    Dead Lift 2.5 x bodyweight
    Deadlift 2.5 X bw?? So I should be at 14 plates right now? O_o
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    Originally Posted by Steven3489 View Post
    Deadlift 2.5 X bw?? So I should be at 14 plates right now? O_o
    Strong math.
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