## What is 200 kgs in stones and pounds?

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200 kg = 200000 g = 31 stones and 6.92 pounds • Value in stones only: 31.5 • Value in pounds only: 441 * some values may be rounded

Assuming you meant 200 kg and not pounds, yes. That is extremely good for any age. The average person beginning in the gym shoots for a 1 to 1.5 body weight deadlift while more experienced lifters shoot for a 2x bw deadlift.

## Is 100 kg a good deadlift?

Arguably 100 kg for a deadlift and squat is low unless you’re under 50 kg… You should also generally be able to squat and deadlift more than you bench. 1.5x-2x your bodyweight for a squat is respectable for a double. 2-2.5x your bodyweight for a deadlift is respectable for a double.

## Is 90 kg deadlift good?

I was at that 90 kg weight for quite a while before eventually moving forward. It would be stupid to suggest you exercise or workouts since you must be regularly working out. Reaching even 90 kg is not easy and must have taken a long time. Simply put, a 90 kg deadlift implies you are regular at the gym.

## What is a good weight for deadlift?

Body Weight Untrained Novice
114 95 180
123 105 195
132 115 210
148 125 235

## Is squatting 225 impressive?

No matter what comes afterward, 225 in the squat or deadlift is a respectable milestone for any non-powerlifter, amateur athlete, or weekend warrior. A 200-plus deadlift is also a tough but realistic goal for most fit women.

## Is 2 times bodyweight bench good?

Double body weight bench press is a damn impressive feat of strength. Now, 1.5*Body weight and even 1.75*Body weight, those are some very achievable expectations and they demonstrate a good amount of upper body strength. So, if you are an experienced lifter you should be able to at least bench press 1.5*Body weight.

## Is it possible to bench 3 times your weight?

You shouldn’t be benching more than 3 – 4 times a week, but benching at least twice a week is necessary to make gains.