REP MAX CALCULATORs

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People in the gym, especially powerlifters, become so focused and obessed with increasing their 1 rep max in training. This can lead to a distraction from your training and actually prevent you from reaching your goal. Instead, we recommend focusing on building toward rep maxes in your offseason as objectives to help build toward your eventual new 1RM.

 

TWO CALCULATORS ARE PROVIDED BELOW. THE FIRST IS TO ESTIMATE YOUR 1 REP MAX BASED UPON A PREVIOUS REP SET OR AMRAP WHILE THE OTHER CALCULATOR ESTIMATES YOUR REP MAXES (HOW MUCH WEIGHT YOU CAN LIFT FOR 2, 3, 4 REPS, AND SO ON). WE HOPE THESE TOOLS ARE HELPFUL FOR YOU IN YOUR TRAINING!   

DISCLAIMER: OLYMPUS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR TRAINING DECISIONS. THE REP MAXES ARE NOT SUGGESTIONS. IF YOU HURT YOURSELF ATTEMPTING NUMBERS ESTIMATED HERE, WE ARE NOT LIABLE.

1 RM CALCULATOR

Use the following calculator to estimate your 1 rep max based upon a previous AMRAP (As many reps as possible) rep test. enter the weight and select the repetitions performed at that weight to estimate what you could possibly lift for 1 rep.

REP MAX CALCULATOR

THE FOLLOWING CALCULATOR WILL GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF WHAT YOUR REP MAXES ARE. ENTER YOUR ESTIMATED 1 REP MAX, AND YOU WILL SEE WHAT WEIGHT YOU CAN POSSIBLY LIFT FOR 2, 3, 4 REPS, AND SO ON. YOU CAN ALSO USE THIS AS A MEANS TO CALCULATE YOUR REP MAX GOALS. FOR EXAMPLE, IF YOUR GOAL IS 315 LBS ON A LIFT, ENTER 315 LBS AND YOU WILL SEE HOW MUCH WEIGHT YOU HAVE TO LIFT FOR 2, 3, 4 REPS, AND SO ON.