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Bench Press Strength to Weight

Can any one help me with the strength/weight ratios for bench press?? for example what would an avarage powerlifter at 80kg bench and what would a champion powerlifter at 80kg bench??

Im looking to use the bench test as a way of increasing power to weight ratio and are paying more attention to the strength in relation to the wt rather than just 1rm at any boduweight ie a cycle of oxymetholone dianabola nd 1000mg of tes enth a week and bech 600ibs! ha

“gifted gonads” might be the best username I’ve ever seen

[quote]gifted gonads wrote:
Can any one help me with the strength/weight ratios for bench press?? for example what would an avarage powerlifter at 80kg bench and what would a champion powerlifter at 80kg bench??

Im looking to use the bench test as a way of increasing power to weight ratio and are paying more attention to the strength in relation to the wt rather than just 1rm at any boduweight ie a cycle of oxymetholone dianabola nd 1000mg of tes enth a week and bech 600ibs! ha[/quote]

What the fuck did I just read?

[quote]black_angus1 wrote:

[quote]gifted gonads wrote:
Can any one help me with the strength/weight ratios for bench press?? for example what would an avarage powerlifter at 80kg bench and what would a champion powerlifter at 80kg bench??

Im looking to use the bench test as a way of increasing power to weight ratio and are paying more attention to the strength in relation to the wt rather than just 1rm at any boduweight ie a cycle of oxymetholone dianabola nd 1000mg of tes enth a week and bech 600ibs! ha[/quote]

What the fuck did I just read?
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Careful with such strong words. You might be labeled a meanie around here lol.

I agree what the hell is this a question about pound for pound lifting or a question about a cycle relative to pound for pound lifting.

'Nuff said.

[quote]niksamaras wrote:
'Nuff said.[/quote]

While I LOL’ed at Picard’s picture, you (the OP) might find this useful:

http://www.rawpowerlifting.com/classifications.htm

Tim Henriques ure a fuckin legend gaffer thanks brotha

Reedo mate have u got special needs bro? lol u a bit slow mate. its preety clear what im askin . what im askin is strength to weight ratio and saying i am not bothered about the load as much as I am about actually having good pound to pound strength ie strength which is usable when you sprint punch fight wrestle . u get me?
“I agree what the hell is this a question about pound for pound lifting or a question about a cycle relative to pound for pound lifting.”

mk ral appreciate the comments about the gonads mate. I was impressed myself! black angus u should jump on with reedo in his special needs classes bro!lol

nicksamaras what this shit uve put up son? I was asking a serious question so do 1

Someone really does need to let the Queen know what you’re doing with her language. It’s downright criminal.

[quote]gifted gonads wrote:
Im looking to use the bench test as a way of increasing power to weight ratio and are paying more attention to the strength in relation to the wt rather than just 1rm at any boduweight ie a cycle of oxymetholone dianabola nd 1000mg of tes enth a week and bech 600ibs! ha[/quote]

“I’m looking to use the bench press as a way of increasing my power to weight ratio, and I’m paying more attention to strength in relation to bodyweight rather than just a 1 rep max at any bodyweight like someone who is taking a cycle of oxymetholone dianabol and 1000mg of testosterone enanthate a week and can bench 600lbs lol!”

Don’t worry folks, I speak moron. This is a translation most closely resembling what the OP was trying to say.

[quote]gifted gonads wrote:
Can any one help me with the strength/weight ratios for bench press?? [/quote]

Most lifters should be able reach 1.5 x BW
Good Benchers reach 2.0 x BW
Great Benchers reach 2.5 x BW
Beast-like Benchers reach 3.0 x BW

[quote]BlueCollarTr8n wrote:

[quote]gifted gonads wrote:
Can any one help me with the strength/weight ratios for bench press?? [/quote]

Most lifters should be able reach 1.5 x BW
Good Benchers reach 2.0 x BW
Great Benchers reach 2.5 x BW
Beast-like Benchers reach 3.0 x BW
[/quote]

Honest question: how many raw benchers have ever benched 3x their body weight?

[quote]WhiteFlash wrote:

[quote]BlueCollarTr8n wrote:

[quote]gifted gonads wrote:
Can any one help me with the strength/weight ratios for bench press?? [/quote]

Most lifters should be able reach 1.5 x BW
Good Benchers reach 2.0 x BW
Great Benchers reach 2.5 x BW
Beast-like Benchers reach 3.0 x BW
[/quote]

Honest question: how many raw benchers have ever benched 3x their body weight? [/quote]

http://www.powerliftingwatch.com/records/triple-bodyweight-bench-press

OP, go back to school and re-learn the English language. I know, on the internet you can shorten words and such, but seriously… c’mon.

As for being a champion bencher, here’s a link to the results of the IPF 2012 Raw World Cup
http://www.powerlifting-ipf.com/fileadmin/data/results/2012/World-Cup_Classic/Men/scoresheet_m.htm

credit to Tim Henriques for posting this.

9 people. Talk about an elite club, and only two managed to do it twice.

do 1 u cheesy bell end. this is a bodybuilding website not shakespear`s literature website.

Whoa. This guy taught me something. Cheesy bellend = smegma. Interesting.

[quote]black_angus1 wrote:

[quote]gifted gonads wrote:
Can any one help me with the strength/weight ratios for bench press?? for example what would an avarage powerlifter at 80kg bench and what would a champion powerlifter at 80kg bench??

Im looking to use the bench test as a way of increasing power to weight ratio and are paying more attention to the strength in relation to the wt rather than just 1rm at any boduweight ie a cycle of oxymetholone dianabola nd 1000mg of tes enth a week and bech 600ibs! ha[/quote]
What the fuck did I just read?[/quote]
Angus, you’re clearly not familiar with the Gonads method of training. He’s a former pro athlete with super-duper impressive quads who’s kind enough to remind us all that the single-leg press is the number one most effective leg-building exercise ever.