150+ kg bench
Mby set like 170 as a goal idk
Well we need context, give bodyweight, height, and how many years total lifting?
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as a "gym guy" I can tell you to ignore "gym goals".
honestly, fvck that.
I only go to the gym to think and to look good and beeing fit boosts my confidence in business, life and basicly everything else.
back to the point, gym goals are useless unless You're one of those idiot "muscle is everything" guys.
set life goals instead of gym goals and think about it when You're at the gym.
worked for me, I bet it will work for You
I'm not a gymbro but from the perspective of a rookie, can't you just compare yourself week by week and try to improve every week, like maybe get a rep more in, increase sets, add weight, etc.
Gymmimg leads to heart attack.
bench, 110-120+ is pretty impressive
deadlift, standard 2x your bw is impressive
shoulder pressing 100 is impressive
these are usually the weights where people know you're serious, not a steroid head or crazy... but they can appreciate the dedication.
go bodyweight first, get to 20pullups, 50pushups[goodform] and 40-50 dips, 200 squats
I never went for max weight or powerlifting cause I fear injuries, maybe Ill hire a coach for a month to perfect my posture. But id say a 200 kg squat is already impressive
who can tell? u dont tell ur weight u dont tell ur height. u dont tell ur progress. i call bullshit ^^
bench: 110 lbs
Squat: 130 lbs
Deadlift: IDK maybe 100lbs
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Advice: Do not go to the gym, why would you pay someone to exercise when you can go outside and do for free within nature
Bench 1.5x your weight (in KG)
deadlift 2.5x your weight (in KG)
squat 2x your weight (in KG)
50 pushups without rest
15 pullups without rest
100 squats without rest
Set your goals to reachable numbers at first. Then when u have 80kg bench, set it to 100. When u have 100kg squat, set it to 125. I haven't rly been thinking bout any big number goals but now when my squatting 3-4rep sets with 170, I want it to 200. Weight goals can be motivating but the most important thing is you are progressing with the weights u are using and also your body should be progressing. Remember that u won't build 10kg muscle per year as a natty lifter, it's a slow process, just grind and keep it going.
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depends on how you are built, but probably over 140kg bench somewhere near 200kg squat and over 250kg deadlift is great for a guy not competing in powerlifting
Don't do for others to be impressed l. Impress yourself
250+ working weight on bench, 350-400 squat for reps, 450+ deadlift
Serious advise: Everybody on the internet lifts at least 150kg on the bench, you should not ask what your goals should be. If you manage to bench press like 60KG or so you are already stronger then the majority of people on the streets and you should feel proud of yourself since you worked hard. Watching fitness ytbers and reading all these comments of people who say that you have to bench 100kg within 6 months etc. is not good for your mental health and can result in things like eating disorder depression etc.
If you go to the gym the vast majority dont look like these fitness gurus and never will.
who cars about weight?? just train for aesthetics
Just listen to an expert in that. Don't fucking waste your time in the gym. Working out at the gym with big weights will only make you slow and big. If you are not a bodybuilder, then you for sure don't want that. I had to lose 13 kilograms just so I can enjoy playing football again because gym made me big and slow. Look up to HIIT training, get fit and fuck bitches. Enjoy life and don't get big.