## What is the average 1 rep max bench press?

1 Rep Max Bench Press Table for adults

Rating | Score (per body weight) |
---|---|

Excellent | > 1.60 |

Good | 1.30 – 1.60 |

Average | 1.15 – 1.29 |

Below Average | 1.00 – 1.14 |

## How do I calculate my 1 rep max bench press?

To calculate the 1RM, you need to divide the number of reps by 30, add 1, and multiply it by the weight you were lifting.

**Can you build muscle with one rep max?**

Yes. You can get stronger with one-rep max training, but it’s not as effective at building muscle as hypertrophy training, primarily because the volume isn’t there. One-rep max training also has some unique risks such as: Increased risk for injury.

**How much should I max bench press?**

The ACSM Bench Press Standards According to these guidelines, an adult male in his 20’s should be able to do a one rep max with 106% of his bodyweight. For an adult female in her 20’s, the figure is 65%. A man in his 30’s should be able to lift 93% of his bodyweight as a one rep max on the bench press.

### What is the average max bench press?

If the average man over age 20 weighs 197.9 pounds, then the ExRx bench press standards indicate that they should be able to bench press between 135 pounds and 360 pounds. Naturally, the determining factor here is whether you’re an elite athlete or an untrained novice.

### How do you calculate bench press?

To calculate your one-rep max using our bench press calculator, complete the following simple steps: Input the weight you lifted (pounds/kilograms) Choose the equation you wish to use to calculate your one-rep maximum (1RM) Input the number of reps you completed.

**What is the max bench press?**

As of 2021, the world record bench press without any equipment (‘raw’) was set by American Julius Maddox at 355 kg (783 lb). The current world equipped record (with shirt) is held by American Will Barotti , at 501 kg (1,105 lb).

**What is the formula for one rep max?**

Formulas to Calculate Your One Rep Max. Method 1: 1RM = ((Number of Reps / 30) + 1) x Weight Used. For example, if you were to lift 185 pounds 6 times, you calculate your one rep max as follows: 1RM = ((6 reps / 30) + 1) x 185 pounds. 1RM = (0.2 + 1) x 185 pounds. 1RM = 1.2 x 185 pounds.