Do you guys do OHP with olympic bars or some regular lightweight bars?
Because I see people who aim for 1pl8 OHP, which would be 2x20kg = 40kg, which seems pretty lightweight.
40kg + 20kg olympic bar = 60kg, and that would be rather a good milestone.
So what exactly 1pl8 OHP means?
I had similar ratios. Some people are more likely to have an impressive press than bench. However, as you keep training your bench will keep going up. I think its mostly because bench requires more technique and pressing is simply raw power.
No. 20kg is standard for a mens oly bar, but there's also a bunch of variants and plenty of cheaper knockoffs that are just extra-long standard bars.
Just from my local gym there's bars at 10, 15, 20 and 25kg. There's noticeable difference between all of them, but they all take oly plates and if you weren't paying attention you could pretty easily grab and set up with the wrong one (done it myself before. protip: don't deadlift with a squat bar. it hurts).
bench 160 lbs 5rm
dl 265 5 rm(all in lbs)
squat 185 5rm lmao
ohp 102.5 5rm
5months of srs workin out only started deadlifting 1-2 months ago and same with squats, i used shitty smith squats which transferred very little power to my legs and ive been stalling for 2 months on squats now
yeah thats a pretty big lift. post body please
Easier off the floor, harder at lockout. Which typically does result in more weight lifted, since the weakness off the floor in most people is more pronounced than their lockout issues with a rounded back.
>Rounding your back makes the lift harder not easier you idiot
you have never seen someone struggle with a heavy diddly and round their back to get it up? anon was right, that dl is heavy for his squat