1 and 3 are fairly common ratio rules. 2 is kinda athlete specific.
I would say that after a certain point 80% of your BkSq will be a hard number to clean if you really work the weight up. Then again if you have a tall lifter who has a shit time squatting that ratio will be way different.
this is very true, usually elite lifters will have HUGE squat numbers, beacsue after you have been lifting for years and years the only way to get your classic lifts up are to get stronger, ie, squats, pulls, presses ect…
look at mutlu, i have seen footage of him doing 200 front squats for DOUBLES only a few days out from competition, which i would assume would add up to a 210 for a single, even more. And his highest competition lift as a 56 lifter was 168, which is EXACTLY 80% of 210. And remember, thats in the FRONT squat not from the back.
same deal with mutlu’s polar opposite, Rezazadah, the guys 3rd warm up set in the back squat is 115% of his clean and jerk.