Am I strong for my age?

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DrPringles
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I'm 15 and Bench 90kg , Squat 115Kg and Deadlift 140Kg . I'm 77Kg.
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Stronger than most people your age, yes.
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Vids or doesn't count
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77kg at 15. You're either a tank or could do with losing some body fat.

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Stronger than the majority for sure

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77kg at 15. You're either a tank or could do with losing some body fat.

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Depends massively on height tbh
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Stronger than the majority for sure



Depends massively on height tbh
Of course, but he's 15. I might be wrong but I generally don't come across many 5ft10+ 15 year olds. Plus, based on those lifts, either he's disproportionate or I'm wagering he has short arms so is probably shorter.

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Of course, but he's 15. I might be wrong but I generally don't come across many 5ft10+ 15 year olds. Plus, based on those lifts, either he's disproportionate or I'm wagering he has short arms so is probably shorter.

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I played rugby with several people over 6ft at 13-14. 5'10+ is tall for a 15 year old but miles of a rarity.

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I played rugby with several people over 6ft at 13-14. 5'10+ is tall for a 15 year old but miles of a rarity.

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Fair enough, I haven't been around teenagers for a while.

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Yes but partly because few people lift so young

Though personally I think that's the wrong way to think about it, if you want to be strong then you are never strong enough because the goal post keep moving up.
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Stronger than the majority for sure



Depends massively on height tbh
I'm 5'9
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Vids or doesn't count
Don't think that's neccessary....They're not exactly unbelievable lifts
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I'm 5'9
Then yeah, you're probably not fat then, I'm slightly taller than you, slightly heavier, lifts probs the similar now due to having time off... and I'm not fat

Keep it up mate!
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need vids for proof. Sorry if i'm a skeptic but I'm 17, been training for a year and I'm just about on those weights. mind you I'm only 5'7 and weigh in at 70 kg :P
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looks like your built, you chubby?

and to answer your question, stronger than most males
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