A great chart to help you predict your one rep maximum lifting weight load for the squat, benchpress, and deadlift!
|reps performed||squat coefficient||bench coefficient||deadlift coefficient|
This chart is very accurate. All you have to do is look at the column for the lifting exercise you are trying to predict, the weight that you can lift and follow down the chart to the row of reps that you can perform, and multiple the weight by the coefficient.
For example: If you can deadlift185lbs x 7 times. You would first follow the chart down to the row that say 8 reps performed. And take your lifting weight and multiply with the coefficient for the predicted one rep max: WEIGHT(185lbs) x COEFFICIENT(1.198) = Predicted 1-rep MAX (221.63lbs)
Do keep in mind that some people have different fiber types and they may be slightly stronger or slightly weaker than the predicted 1-rep max. In any case, stay safe, lift hard, and enjoy!
Have fun, check back here often to see your progess and good luck!