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Here are some estimates based on gathered evidence and observations of the world's top lifters so you can compare your own.

LevelScore
Beginner100
Novice200
Intermediate300
Advanced400
Elite500

Explanation

What is the Wilks2 coefficient?

The Wilks2 formula, also known as the IPF (International Powerlifting Federation) points formula, is another method used to compare the strength of powerlifters across different body weights. Like the Wilks formula, it aims to provide a standardized score that allows for fair comparisons between lifters of varying sizes.

The Wilks formula

The Wilks2 formula is a bit different from the original Wilks formula and is represented as follows:


Where:

  • is the lifter's body weight in kilograms
  • , , , , , and are coefficients that depend on the gender of the lifter and the specific weight class they're competing in.

Coefficients for men are:

Coefficients for women are: