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    How my lifts looking?

    I'm 15, lifting for almost 2 years now. My best incline bench is 85 kgs(about 190 lbs) for 15 reps,(flat back, no excesive arch full rom), 100 kg deadlift for 30 repetitions(bit of rest between reps) and I can do 50 one arm push ups(not with the best form)I haven't been going for maxes lately but once quarantine gets done imma try maxing all powerlifting lifts, tho I dont squat or flat bench that much so idk how that will go, but does it look like I have potential in the sport of powerlifting?
    Also sorry idk how to post videos here but video proof of alot of my lifts is on my ig @omgitzshlok261
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    Also be is about 140 lbs(64 kgs) and height is 5'10(178 cm), body fat about 8 percent and 90 percent of mass on upper body
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    Originally Posted by DatSkinnyKid261 View Post
    does it look like I have potential in the sport of powerlifting?
    Also sorry idk how to post videos here but video proof of alot of my lifts is on my ig @omgitzshlok261
    Powerlifting focuses on the squat, bench, and deadlift for 3 attempts at your 1 rep max. You should focus on those 3 lifts. 30 rep deadlifts won't do anything for your powerlifting total. You sound strong and dedicated, but if you want to compete in pl then you need to train specifically for pl.
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    Originally Posted by DatSkinnyKid261 View Post
    I'm 15, lifting for almost 2 years now. My best incline bench is 85 kgs(about 190 lbs) for 15 reps,(flat back, no excesive arch full rom), 110 kg deadlift for 30 repetitions(bit of rest between reps) and I can do 50 one arm push ups(not with the best form)I haven't been going for maxes lately but once quarantine gets done imma try maxing all powerlifting lifts, tho I dont squat or flat bench that much so idk how that will go, but does it look like I have potential in the sport of powerlifting?
    Also sorry idk how to post videos here but video proof of alot of my lifts is on my ig @omgitzshlok261
    You don't have to bloat numbers to look good in a forum.
    Btw, as the other user said, you should focus on the 3 big lifts for powerlifting. Train hard, eat plenty, lift heavy: that's all you should be thinking about at 15. There are several programs out there for beginners, but I recommend taking 2 or 3 months @ 50% 1RM to train on form and technique only. It's easy to say you lift well, but to actually lift well enough is extremely difficult. You don't wanna lift 200kg deadlifts just to hear "Not valid" from the judges.
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    Originally Posted by ECGordyn View Post
    Powerlifting focuses on the squat, bench, and deadlift for 3 attempts at your 1 rep max. You should focus on those 3 lifts. 30 rep deadlifts won't do anything for your powerlifting total. You sound strong and dedicated, but if you want to compete in pl then you need to train specifically for pl.
    K thnx, gonna start focusing on those 3 lifts after gyms reopen, your right I wasnt really training for powerlifting strength before. Also are those 1 rep max calculators accurate? Like according the calculator if I incline bench 80 kgs for 20 reps my 1rpm will be around 140 kgs, or is there not much carry over from such high rep training to 1rep maxes
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    Originally Posted by Axe8 View Post
    You don't have to bloat numbers to look good in a forum.
    Btw, as the other user said, you should focus on the 3 big lifts for powerlifting. Train hard, eat plenty, lift heavy: that's all you should be thinking about at 15. There are several programs out there for beginners, but I recommend taking 2 or 3 months @ 50% 1RM to train on form and technique only. It's easy to say you lift well, but to actually lift well enough is extremely difficult. You don't wanna lift 200kg deadlifts just to hear "Not valid" from the judges.
    Wasnt trying to bloat at all man, all the weights I've been lifting before were in a high rep range and probably close to 50 percent of my rep max, tho I've not tried to max out recently so not sure, I just wanted to know seeing where my strengths at rn and does it seem like I could compete at an elite level in powerlifting in the foreseeable future, and after gyms reopen planning on focusing on lifting heavier in the big 3 lifts.
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    Originally Posted by Axe8 View Post
    You don't have to bloat numbers to look good in a forum.
    Btw, as the other user said, you should focus on the 3 big lifts for powerlifting. Train hard, eat plenty, lift heavy: that's all you should be thinking about at 15. There are several programs out there for beginners, but I recommend taking 2 or 3 months @ 50% 1RM to train on form and technique only. It's easy to say you lift well, but to actually lift well enough is extremely difficult. You don't wanna lift 200kg deadlifts just to hear "Not valid" from the judges.
    Also I've been focusing alot on form lately, and I think its pretty decent now, sorry idk how to post videos here tho. I will admit however my bench presses and deadlifts are touch and go, should I avoid that even in training?
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    Originally Posted by DatSkinnyKid261 View Post
    K thnx, gonna start focusing on those 3 lifts after gyms reopen, your right I wasnt really training for powerlifting strength before. Also are those 1 rep max calculators accurate? Like according the calculator if I incline bench 80 kgs for 20 reps my 1rpm will be around 140 kgs, or is there not much carry over from such high rep training to 1rep maxes
    Those calculators are good for estimating if you test 4 reps or less. Above that, they're way off
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    Originally Posted by DatSkinnyKid261 View Post
    Also I've been focusing alot on form lately, and I think its pretty decent now, sorry idk how to post videos here tho. I will admit however my bench presses and deadlifts are touch and go, should I avoid that even in training?
    Deadlifts should not be touch and go. That's what the "dead" part means. It means that you're lifting dead weight.

    The bench-press is sort of optional. You do have to pause the weight on your chest in competition. So, you need to be familiar with this technique. Boris Sheiko recommends at least pausing the first rep of each set. This way you develop the habit of pausing the weight. Coarse, pausing is also better for building the pecs. So, it doesn't hurt to do it every rep. Touch and go probably works the triceps a little more and is far from useless when it comes to building your paused bench.
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    At the moment zero measurable potential in powerlifting.

    You don't comp squat or comp bench.
    And you don't do singles, which is the sport.

    If you start training like you want to powerlift then you will know what you can actually do
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    Originally Posted by WolfRose7 View Post
    At the moment zero measurable potential in powerlifting.

    You don't comp squat or comp bench.
    And you don't do singles, which is the sport.

    If you start training like you want to powerlift then you will know what you can actually do
    Ok so basically gotta start training specifically for powerlifting to know, got it, thnx for the replies guys
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    30 rep sets of deadlifts? Have fun with a herniated disk.
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    Originally Posted by DatSkinnyKid261 View Post
    Ok so basically gotta start training specifically for powerlifting to know, got it, thnx for the replies guys
    No you dont. Honestly just increase the weight so that you dont end up doing cardio (30 reps).

    Also if you are serious about weight training, squat/bench/deadlift/row should already be a large part of your training programme. Dont try to go straight for singles, just pick a weight you can do for 10 reps, then do 8 reps over a few sets with it and see how you feel.
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