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    Is 315 a respectable deadlift?

    So I literally just started working out 2 months ago. Prior, I haven’t worked out a single day in my life, besides those fitness tests in high school. I’m 22 M, 6’ and weigh 155. Is 315 a respectable or at least average deadlift for someone my age, weight, & experience?
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    For 155lbs and at your height, 315 is pretty good.
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    No, its just 315. Respectable for your size starts around 450.
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    Originally Posted by DCSpartan View Post
    No, its just 315. Respectable for your size starts around 450.
    What about the fact that hes only been lifting for 2 months? He did say 'for someone my age, weight & EXPERIENCE'
    "If I fail, and I pray to god that I don't, it will not be because I did not try"
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    Yes.
    Bodybuilding is 60% training and 50% diet. Yes that adds up to 110%, because that's what you should be giving it. Change the inside, and the physique will follow.
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    Originally Posted by megumin View Post
    So I literally just started working out 2 months ago. Prior, I haven’t worked out a single day in my life, besides those fitness tests in high school. I’m 22 M, 6’ and weigh 155. Is 315 a respectable or at least average deadlift for someone my age, weight, & experience?
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    Intermediate: The lifter has been consistently training, likely for at least a year. The majority of those who go to the gym regularly fall into this category. Strength score 60.
    Strength score of 70.1
    To give you an idea, you start being pretty badass at 85+ which is a 480 deadlift at 6'0 150lbs 22M (your stats). Meaning you are ''okay'' but a world apart from badass.
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    Originally Posted by megumin View Post
    So I literally just started working out 2 months ago. Prior, I haven’t worked out a single day in my life, besides those fitness tests in high school. I’m 22 M, 6’ and weigh 155. Is 315 a respectable or at least average deadlift for someone my age, weight, & experience?
    Depends what the video looks like, ditto squat.
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    Originally Posted by sitsonCHROME View Post
    What about the fact that hes only been lifting for 2 months? He did say 'for someone my age, weight & EXPERIENCE'
    No, it still isnt a decent lift and I refuse to ego stroke a noob who is looking for validation with a lift that 6 months from now he would be ashamed to do less than 10 reps with.
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    Originally Posted by DCSpartan View Post
    No, it still isnt a decent lift and I refuse to ego stroke a noob who is looking for validation with a lift that 6 months from now he would be ashamed to do less than 10 reps with.
    I wish that all twenty something trainees would rep 315 lb deadlifts for 10+ after 6 months, but if they do, well, I guess they aren't the ones who seek out this forum to ask questions about what's going wrong lol
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    Originally Posted by megumin View Post
    So I literally just started working out 2 months ago. Prior, I haven’t worked out a single day in my life, besides those fitness tests in high school. I’m 22 M, 6’ and weigh 155. Is 315 a respectable or at least average deadlift for someone my age, weight, & experience?
    Everybody starts at a different place, and then progresses from there. If you have been steadily progressing and adding weight in the 2 months since you started, then yes, 315 pounds is a respectable lift. Anybody who takes up weight training and approaches it in a serious and systematic manner does respectable work.

    To DCSpartan, who totally misses the point: It's not "ego boosting", because this is not a competition. This is about progression from a starting point. Anybody who's putting in the work gets my respect, and if they're progressing, not playing around, working on their form, and not giving up, then their lifts are totally respectable.
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    I could deadlift 315 at 150lbs without ever touching a weight in my life. Srs.
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    > 2x BW in 2 months = respectable progress and a lot to look forward to. Good work and good luck.
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    Originally Posted by S4lm9vvMn View Post
    > 2x BW in 2 months = respectable progress and a lot to look forward to. Good work and good luck.
    I agree with this.

    Anyone not encouraging a new lifter to keep it up really has no interest in helping others, therefore shouldn't waste anyone's time commenting on this post, or has some kind of inferiority complex!

    Out of interest, what programme are you using?
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    2 months doesn't matter, or 6, or 12.

    Someone could pull 400 in the first 6 months and then never progress past 500 for the rest of their life. (quitting, inconsistent etc)

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    Originally Posted by megumin View Post
    So I literally just started working out 2 months ago. Prior, I haven’t worked out a single day in my life, besides those fitness tests in high school. I’m 22 M, 6’ and weigh 155. Is 315 a respectable or at least average deadlift for someone my age, weight, & experience?
    my deadlift max is 315lbs and i am very proud of it
    i weight 133lbs and i have been workin out for one year and half
    at the beginning i couldnt even bench or squat the barbell alone ( 45lbs )
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    Originally Posted by ElrondHubbard View Post
    Everybody starts at a different place, and then progresses from there. If you have been steadily progressing and adding weight in the 2 months since you started, then yes, 315 pounds is a respectable lift. Anybody who takes up weight training and approaches it in a serious and systematic manner does respectable work.

    To DCSpartan, who totally misses the point: It's not "ego boosting", because this is not a competition. This is about progression from a starting point. Anybody who's putting in the work gets my respect, and if they're progressing, not playing around, working on their form, and not giving up, then their lifts are totally respectable.
    You miss the point of threads like this. Its just seeking validation after very little time and effort.
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    OP, I can't deadlift, squat, or bench what many on this site would refer to as "respectable", but that doesn't matter to me, and it shouldn't matter to you. Set a goal, progress towards it, and crush it. If you must compare your stats to a standard then lookup strength calculator or various other resources on what is average, above average, etc.
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    Depends on where you're at. At Planet Fitness for instance, it's probably not very respectable. You might be asked to leave.
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    Originally Posted by DCSpartan View Post
    You miss the point of threads like this. Its just seeking validation after very little time and effort.
    You mostly see these kind of posts in the teen section

    And they are annoying
    They do seek validation

    Should be asking themselves that question since it’s a battle with themselves
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    Do moderate height people draw the short stick as far as weight-strength correlation? Seems like tall people naturally just have a lot of mass either way while shorter people are pound-for-pound stronger.
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    Originally Posted by GeneralSerpant View Post
    Do moderate height people draw the short stick as far as weight-strength correlation? Seems like tall people naturally just have a lot of mass either way while shorter people are pound-for-pound stronger.
    Every height person complains about their height as a disadvantage
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    Originally Posted by DCSpartan View Post
    You miss the point of threads like this. Its just seeking validation after very little time and effort.
    What's the problem with validation? Some people need encouragement to continue on, it's human nature. This is not a masochism contest.
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    Originally Posted by ZeuXx View Post
    my deadlift max is 315lbs and i am very proud of it
    i weight 133lbs and i have been workin out for one year and half
    at the beginning i couldnt even bench or squat the barbell alone ( 45lbs )
    That's exactly my point. Genetics plays a big part here, as does life history. Some people can deadlift 315 with virtually no experience. That's genetics, not some personal virtue that makes them better. Others start lower, and take time to work up to it.

    This site should be encouraging people to progress, as well as giving them information they can use to do so.
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    every height person complains about their height as a disadvantage
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    Respectable would be 3x. Keep going. Respectable means worthy of respect.
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    Originally Posted by ampire View Post
    Respectable would be 3x. Keep going. Respectable means worthy of respect.
    3x what?
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    It's a matter of choice and discipline.
    That kinda goes without saying to a large degree.
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    Originally Posted by braelfergo View Post
    It's a matter of choice and discipline.
    Are you a human or some type of bot? Some of your comments and the things you quote to respond to are bizarre combinations.
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    Originally Posted by Ghawk21 View Post
    Are you a human or some type of bot? Some of your comments and the things you quote to respond to are bizarre combinations.
    Bot or spamming for post count so he can link/embed

    err, or both lol
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    Originally Posted by Ghawk21 View Post
    Are you a human or some type of bot? Some of your comments and the things you quote to respond to are bizarre combinations.
    i was wondering the SAME thing
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