1RM Table: 0-100 Max

Printable Training load Chart and one rep max chart (1RM Table) for maxes between 0 and 100.

This is a percent based chart. So it works for booth pounds and kilograms.

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How to use these Training load Charts

This is a quick example. If you want all the details on how to use these Printable Training load Charts check out…

Predicting your 1RM

  • To calculate your estimated 1RM…
    • If you lifted 80 pounds 12 times, look for 80 under the 12 rep column, then follow that row until you hit the 100% column.
    • So, 11 reps at 80 pounds equals a 1RM of 120
  • Training load Charts work in reverse too…
    • If you want to 10 reps and you know you 1RM is 95…
    • Find 95 in the 1RM column, then follow that row over to the 10 rep column. There you’ll see that you can use about 70 for 10 reps.

How to use 1 RM estimation tables to calculate your one rep max.

How to use 1 RM estimation tables to calculate the weight for your sets and reps.

 

1RM Chart Estimation Tables

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1RM Table: 000-100 Max Chart

Printable one rep max chart (1RM Table) for maxes between 0 and 100.

Click For 1RM Table Between 100 - 200
1RM Table: 100-200 Max Chart

Printable one rep max chart (1RM Table) for maxes between 100 and 200.

1RM Chart: 200-300 Max Table
1RM Table: 200-300 Max Chart

Printable one rep max chart (1RM Table) for maxes between 200 and 300.

1RM 300-400 Max
1RM Table: 300-400 Max Chart

Printable one rep max chart (1RM Table) for maxes between 200 and 300.

1RM Table for lifts with a 400-500 Max
1RM Table: 400-500 Max Chart

Printable one rep max chart (1RM Table) for maxes between 400 and 500.

1RM Table Max of 500-600
1RM Table: 500-600 Max Chart

Printable one rep max chart (1RM Table) for maxes between 500 and 600.

 

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