Powerbuilding Phase 2.0 is here! 🤍shop.jeffnippard.com/ Here are a few program highlights: ▪️ Build muscle AND strength for intermediate-advanced trainees ▪️ Uses full body and push/pull/legs splits ▪️ Option to train 4 or 5-6x per week ▪️ 12 week program (+ “signposts” to assess progress throughout) ▪️ Full custom Excel spreadsheet for tracking progress ▪️ Technique Handbook + coaching cues from me for every exercise ▪️ Video links from me for every exercise ▪️ Exercise substitutions included ▪️ Science-based and field-tested Get Powerbuilding Phase 1 here: 🤍shop.jeffnippard.com/product/the-powerbuilding-system/ If you're still in your first 1-2 years of lifting, I strongly recommend running my Fundamentals Program: 🤍shop.jeffnippard.com/product/fundamentals-hypertrophy-program/ Get my Nutrition Guide (Ultimate Guide To Body Recomposition) here: 🤍shop.jeffnippard.com/product/the-ultimate-guide-to-body-recomposition/ - Help SUPPORT the channel by: 1. Trying one of my training programs: → 🤍🤍jeffnippard.com/programs 2. Checking out what my sponsors have to offer: ▹ MacroFactor Nutrition App ‣ 🤍bit.ly/jeffmacrofactor ‣ Free 2 week trial with code JEFF ▹ MASS (Monthly Research Review) ‣ 🤍bit.ly/jeffMASS ‣ Only $25/month (pre-paid yearly) ▹ PEScience Supplements ‣ 🤍🤍PEScience.com ‣ Use discount code JEFF to save $$ ▹ RISE Training Gear and Sportwear ‣ 🤍rise.ca/jeff ‣ Use discount code JEFF to save 10% The shirt and belt I'm wearing in this video can be found through this affiliate link. I earn a commission when you shop through the link below: 🤍rise.ca/jeff - In this video I'm covering strength standards on the squat, bench press and deadlift for male and female natural lifters (men and women). I break this up into six categories of training experience: noob, beginner, intermediate, advanced, elite and freak. I have based these strength standards on what I believe are average abilities from my decade plus of coaching experience, data from competitive powerlifting events (including powerlifting records) and existing strength scales from high level strength training coaches. 0:00 What makes someone strong? 2:45 My current squat, bench and deadlift 3:25 NOOB (~3-6 months) 4:10 BEGINNER (~0.5-2 years) 5:46 Powerbuilding Phase 2.0 info 6:02 INTERMEDIATE (~2+ years) 7:37 ADVANCED (~2-5+ years) 9:37 ELITE (~5-10+ years) 10:42 FREAK (~5-10+ years) 13:08 Powerbuilding 2.0 info - Helpful resources: ExRx 1RM Calculator: 🤍exrx.net/Calculators/OneRepMax 🤍🤍strongerbyscience.com/genetics-and-strength-training-just-different/ 🤍🤍thestrengthathlete.com/blog/round-table 🤍legionathletics.com/strength-standards/ 🤍🤍t-nation.com/training/are-you-strong/ 🤍startingstrength.com/files/standards.pdf Music: Bankrupt Beats: 🤍🤍youtube.com/watch?v=9iN7jlPJhyQ 🤍🤍youtube.com/watch?v=8W5pW9debXM Written by: Jeff Nippard Produced by: Jeff Nippard Edited by: Jeff Nippard Filmed by Big 3 Media: 🤍bigthreemedia.com/ 🤍🤍instagram.com/big.3.media/?hl=en Also filmed by RLR Studios: 🤍🤍rlrstudios.ca/ 🤍🤍instagram.com/rlr.studios/?hl=en - Follow me on social media: INSTAGRAM ‣ 🤍instagram.com/jeffnippard SNAPCHAT ‣ 🤍snapchat.com/add/jeffnippard FACEBOOK ‣ 🤍facebook.com/jeffnippard TWITTER ‣ 🤍twitter.com/jeffnippard PODCAST ‣ 🤍🤍youtube.com/c/TheJeffNippardPodcast - About me: I'm a Canadian natural pro bodybuilder and internationally-qualified powerlifter with a BSc in biochemistry/chemistry and a passion for science. I've been training for 12 years drug-free. I'm 5'5 and fluctuate between 160 lbs (lean) and 180 lbs (bulked). - Disclaimers: Jeff Nippard is not a doctor or a medical professional. Always consult a physician before starting any exercise program. Use of this information is strictly at your own risk. Jeff Nippard will not assume any liability for direct or indirect losses or damages that may result from the use of information contained in this video including but not limited to economic loss, injury, illness or death.
why is your voice so high? gear use obv.
6 months and i am intermidate 🤑🤑
As I've been starting my fitness journey, my friends and I have slowly been realizing that I am pretty close to the "freak" category. To think that I could've had so much success if I'd been in shape in high school. Kids, get in shape as early as you can!
i have been training for 4 months, im a small guy, (175 cm/5ft 9)(16 yrs old) yet i squat 100kg(225 lb), deadlift 130kg(285 lb), and bench 70kg(155lb), which is way above for what is considered reasonable for the amount of time i have trained :)
ok so i train 7 months somewhat serious and my results are good i guess.16 yo 150 lbs. bench 1.25*, squat 1.91* and 2,5* deadlift .
Freak category requires steroids.
freak is just for guys using gear...
or just be a gorilla
I've been lifting weights for enjoyment/general fitness for a long time now and am near the top of intermediate or bottom of advanced for squat and deadlift but about only 70% of the top end of intermediate for bench. Regardless I find this encouraging as I don't have any dedicated plan or anything other than just "go to the gym and hit each muscle group".
All in all, great video!
ive only been in the gym for 1 month and can bench 135 twice
I can deadlift 250lbs but can only squat 90 🤔
After that shit gets harder 🤣
I’m advanced in squat and deadlift but intermediate in bench
This is some SERIOUSLY great content.
I never did a deadlift before and within the first couple times i did around 2x my bodyweight. Was 160 lbs and lifted 330. Didnt do any weightlifting before that, but a lot of grappling and sparring. Cant squat or bench much tho
Next month I'm one year in the gym
Goals this year
I was able to deadlift 315 at 15 having never done deadlift before or training at all at like 180 lbs
I hit a 2× bodyweight deadlift within a week of training, where does that put me?
bro speaks in nerd emoji