Clean

CLEAN MAX (lbs):
1 177 Molly Mogensen Aug. 2016
2 165 Lexi Stanley June 2016
3 159* Mallory Pote Jan. 2007
159 Ashley Steffes June 2017
4 148 Sam Dasher Nov. 2015
5 146 Ellie Moser Nov. 2015
6 144 Emily Barthel June 2017
7 143 Sydney Blandin Nov. 2015
143 Izzie Ferm Mar. 2014
143 Alyssa Wagner Nov. 2015
8 142 Justine Beal Mar. 2017
9 139 Tarah DeCroock Nov. 2015
139 Kaeli Halverson Nov. 2013
139 Rachel Welzin Nov. 2015
10 138* Jill Johnson Mar. 2005
CLEAN WILKS 
1 172 Molly Mogensen Aug. 2016
2 162 Lexi Stanley June 2016
3 160* Mallory Pote Feb. 2007
4 153 Kaeli Halverson Nov. 2013
5 152* Leah Morgan Mar. 2005
152 Ashley Steffes Nov. 2015
6 151 Alyssa Wagner Nov. 2015
7 150 Alex Johnson Aug. 2007
8 149 Sam Dasher Nov. 2014
149 Izzie Ferm Mar. 2014
9 148 Tarah DeCroock Aug. 2007
148 Kirstee Rotty Aug. 2007
10 147 Sydney Blandin Nov. 2015

The clean max is an estimated max based on 6 reps or less with the following percentages:

  •  1 = 100%
  •  2 = 95%
  •  3 = 92.5%
  •  4 = 90%
  •  5 = 87.5%
  •  6 = 85%

The Wilks score is based on body weight to compare strength levels between different athletes.  The Wilks numbers can be found HERE.  To calculate the Wilks score, you multiply the max by the Wilks number for the particular body weight.

The maxes are in Kilograms.  The Wilks number is calculated off a clean max that has been converted into pounds.

*Max from weightlifting competition.

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