One Rep Max Weight Lifting Calculator

Find out what your one rep max weight lifting is by using Lowfatdietplan.org’s handy calculating tool to predict what your one rep max should be for specific exercise by plugging in type of exercise, number of repetitions, and weight.

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What Is a Repetition?

When performing weight lifting exercises, a repetition or rep is a numeral used to determine the number of exercises that you are to perform for each individual type of weight lifting exercise.

Man Lifting Weights 300x200In fitness, a repetition is defined as the performance of a single movement or exercise, through a full range of motion. A predetermined number of repetitions performed in a focused and rhythmic manner is termed the workout set, and the amount of weight or resistance used for the exercise is termed the load. Taken together, these three variables influence the intensity of a resistance training workout.

Within these factors, there is an inverse relationship between the repetition and the load. A heavier load will require a lower number of repetitions, whereas a lighter load will allow a higher number of repetitions. Depending on the goals of the workout, repetition and load can be adjusted along a continuum with high load and low repetitions at one end, and the reverse at the other. The load is often expressed as a percentage of one repetition maximum, or 1RM — the maximum weight an athlete can lift for a single repetition of a particular exercise.

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In fitness, a repetition is defined as the performance of a single movement or exercise, through a full range of motion. A predetermined number of repetitions performed in a focused and rhythmic manner is termed the workout set, and the amount of weight or resistance used for the exercise is termed the load. Taken together, these three variables influence the intensity of a resistance training workout.

Within these factors, there is an inverse relationship between the repetition and the load. A heavier load will require a lower number of repetitions, whereas a lighter load will allow a higher number of repetitions. Depending on the goals of the workout, repetition and load can be adjusted along a continuum with high load and low repetitions at one end, and the reverse at the other. The load is often expressed as a percentage of one repetition maximum, or 1RM — the maximum weight an athlete can lift for a single repetition of a particular exercise.