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Let's say your strength workout calls for you to use your 3RM and 5RM for sets of front squats.

Say you know you can do 245 pounds for a clean set of 8 reps, but you don't know your one-rep max.

If you can just do 8 reps with good form, look at the chart and see that 8 means you're working at 80% of your 1RM (80% 1RM).

Start by computing your 1RM; just divide 245 pounds by 0.80, which estimates your single-rep max to be 306.25, which can be rounded down to 305.ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING CENTER COMPUTER ENGINEERING CENTER Algorithms, Amplifiers, Analog & Digital, Circuits & Circuit Design, Computer Graphics, Control & Measurement, Electricity & Magnetism, Fault Tolerant Computing, Large Scale Electric Power Transmision Systems, Microwave, Networks, Quantum Computers, Radio Design, Semiconductors, MEMS, Microfabrication, Micromachining, Sensor Technology, Signals, Systems & Controls, Transistors, etc. Ceramics Collectable &Antique Glass Yarn, Dyeing, Crocheting, Knitting, Needlepoint, Quilting, Sewing, Weaving Handspinning Molding & Casting Soap, Bath Oil, Shampoo, Candles& Lotion Recipes FAA Pilot Exams Traffic Flow Management Flight Plan, Flight Status, Airport Status, etc.Private & Commercial Aviation Instument Simulatorswith Calculators Aviation Groundspeed Wind Correction etc.Fortunately, you can also estimate your 1RM without testing it.Exercise scientists have devised a formula that's fairly accurate for most people to determine an estimate for each movement, which is what powers this calculator.Testing your 1RM can be a pretty intense operation, and it requires a high degree of caution to avoid injury.

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