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    Respectable Lifts at 10% Body Fat and 6'5

    what are lifts at 10 percent body fat and 6'5 that are respectable. not incredible lifts like 700lb deadlifts, but ones that would make me "strong" for my size. numbers for deadlift,bench,squat and overhead press would help for goals to set for myself.

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    You can use sites like this:
    https://exrx.net/Testing/WeightLifti...engthStandards

    Any standards you find will be weight based though and won't take into account height body fat.
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    Originally Posted by felix432 View Post
    what are lifts at 10 percent body fat and 6'5 that are respectable. not incredible lifts like 700lb deadlifts, but ones that would make me "strong" for my size. numbers for deadlift,bench,squat and overhead press would help for goals to set for myself.

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    If you are a skinny rail it doesnt really matter.
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    Who cares. From a fellow 6'5"er you'll very likely never have what people will call "respectable" lifts, especially at 10% bodyfat, which is too lean to have decent numbers at your height, unless you're non-natty.
    All it takes is consistency, effort, proper nutrition, good programming, and TIME.
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    6' 5" 275lb @ 10% would get respect anywhere regardless of what you lift.
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    Originally Posted by felix432 View Post
    what are lifts at 10 percent body fat and 6'5 that are respectable. not incredible lifts like 700lb deadlifts, but ones that would make me "strong" for my size. numbers for deadlift,bench,squat and overhead press would help for goals to set for myself.

    any answers appreciated
    I’m 6’5” and about 10% bf. What are your lifts now? I’m pretty strong considering.
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    Originally Posted by TheInnerOh View Post
    I’m 6’5” and about 10% bf. What are your lifts now? I’m pretty strong considering.
    i don't even really go to the gym just tested 1 rep maxs recently i just do curls and pushups at home, but am starting soon, deadlift is the only one id say is ok considering i don't deadlift or do anything for legs

    DL - 145kg/320lbs
    Squat - 65kg/143lbs
    bench - 65kg/143lbs
    OHP - 42.5kg/94lbs

    i weigh 196lbs and I'm actually 20% bf the post was trying to to see what goals i should have when i cut there in about 3 months
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    Originally Posted by felix432 View Post
    Im pretty much a beginner right now and 210lbs 20%bf
    What are your stats now?
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    Originally Posted by TolerantLactose View Post
    What are your stats now?
    196lb lost a stone since then just doing sports
    and lifts are upwards in chat finally got a job so can afford gym membership for actaul weights not just bodyweight stuff
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    Respectable is entirely specific.

    But mine for a 6 foot 5 guy would be..
    Over 200kg pull at least
    Over 160kg squat
    Over 120kg bench

    I'd be impress at another 30 to 40kg on each of those
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    Originally Posted by felix432 View Post
    i don't even really go to the gym just tested 1 rep maxs recently i just do curls and pushups at home, but am starting soon, deadlift is the only one id say is ok considering i don't deadlift or do anything for legs

    DL - 145kg/320lbs
    Squat - 65kg/143lbs
    bench - 65kg/143lbs
    OHP - 42.5kg/94lbs

    i weigh 196lbs and I'm actually 20% bf the post was trying to to see what goals i should have when i cut there in about 3 months
    Overhead press with barbell, 135lbs
    Deadlift 405
    Bench 225

    I don’t squat.
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    Originally Posted by TheInnerOh View Post
    Overhead press with barbell, 135lbs
    Deadlift 405
    Bench 225

    I don’t squat.
    Your avi doesn't match your lifts?
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    Originally Posted by felix432 View Post
    what are lifts at 10 percent body fat and 6'5 that are respectable. not incredible lifts like 700lb deadlifts, but ones that would make me "strong" for my size. numbers for deadlift,bench,squat and overhead press would help for goals to set for myself.

    any answers appreciated
    Depends, how heavy are you? What's your body weight? Benching twice your body weight and squatting/deadlifting 3 times your body weight is considered strong
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    Originally Posted by TheInnerOh View Post
    Overhead press with barbell, 135lbs
    Deadlift 405
    Bench 225

    I don’t squat.
    And why don't you squat?
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    Originally Posted by felix432 View Post
    i don't even really go to the gym just tested 1 rep maxs recently i just do curls and pushups at home, but am starting soon, deadlift is the only one id say is ok considering i don't deadlift or do anything for legs

    DL - 145kg/320lbs
    Squat - 65kg/143lbs
    bench - 65kg/143lbs
    OHP - 42.5kg/94lbs

    i weigh 196lbs and I'm actually 20% bf the post was trying to to see what goals i should have when i cut there in about 3 months
    You should work on building a substantial base of strength and musculature before thinking about cutting down. At your height and BF%, 196 lbs gives you a pretty low level of musculature. However, it sounds likely that your frame is large, which means if you focus on bulking up and building mass, you could become more strong and imposing than most! Don't worry about cutting down. Bench, deadlift, squat and eat!

    Your lifts are actually at a beginner level. Doesn't mean you can't get them way up in due time. You won't get there by cutting down, though.
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