Fuck- you'd be holy batshit strong at 300 of BW if you could do all that. 450ish is really a deep rubicon in raw benching that very few lifters cross. I saw doven of guys benchign 4 plates before I started training at a hardcore, but only one hit 455 and none hitting 5 plates (that is- without "heavy finger spotting").
Pinto, I know one guy who can who I know has hit everything except the chins and dips at 200. I'm reasonably sure he'd do the dips and be close to the chins. Given he's the only person I know who elicits a "holy shit" amongst admittedly ordinary level powerlifters, I think it's a good benchmark.
I'm fairly sure at 300 practically no-one would do a 300lb chin-up and 75 consecutive dips.
440, or 200kg, is kinda a gold standard in the bench that most people don't cross no matter how long they train, so it's good standard!
I think the main thing is, if you want to be considered exceptional amongst very strong people the standard is a hell of a lot higher.
I guess it depends on your definition of beastly, holy batshit strong If you mean best in the world, yes, if you mean top 10% of powerlifters, no, those numbers are too high.
In 2007 the best 198 raw PL total was 1585 (200+ lbs short of your benchmark) and in 2008 the best was 1758 (Ryan Celli who is a league of his own, was voted best raw PLer in 2008 and still not your 1800) and the next best was 1600. Again I am assuming you are talking raw, full gear those numbers would put you top 10%.
By those standards I'm between intermediate and advanced, and I KNOW I'm not between intermediate and advanced in reality. The definition of intermediate ought to be made for novice, and the stats used for elite are really just advanced. I suppose it's a nice table for the average person to feel good about their self, but that's about it.
I should've just kept my mouth shut! . They are stupidly high numbers, to be honest. To qualify it a little, these would be raw gym lifts. Touch and go bench, hitched deadlift. I consider beastly strong to be where almost no-one knows anyone stronger than you, and strong people are impressed. Top 10% of powerlifters wouldn't really cut it, since you run into a fair few powerlifters stronger than you.
I was thinking 600/400/600, but the thought came to me that I know a few people who CAN do that and aren't total freaks.
But Its pretty subjective to each person...A person who trains at EFTS would think I'm as strong as 6 year old girl...But I'm one of the strongest guys at my gym and can come damn close to 400/500/500.
I guess I do need to mention that its a pansy Gold's where I am one of 10 people who actually Squat to parallel and one of 3 that do deads...