Is 1/2/3/4 100 lbs 200 lbs 300 lbs 400 lbs or 1234 plates?

Is 1/2/3/4 100 lbs 200 lbs 300 lbs 400 lbs or 1234 plates?

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100, 200, 300, 400 kg

1,2,3,4 25kg plates if you're a woman


pl8s. 1RM. Anons who say anything else are lying

1pl8 / 2pl8 / 3pl8/ 4pl8
overhead press, bench press, squat and deadlifts in that order


Each “1” is equal to 45 pounds. So it’s 45/90/135/180 pounds

You're right in that it is a 45 pound plate, but it's actually "bar weight (45) + X plates on each side"

So 135/225/315/405

ask anyone on this board who's been on this board for more than 2 days. 1/2/3/4 corresponds to the number of plates. 1 plate is 45 lbs. what is your problem?

Yes, but you can't lift a bar with an odd number of plates on it, it's unbalanced. It's always been that way.

>counting the weightnof the bar

Why do people so this? To make it sound like youre lifting more than you are?

>still using the bar
How long ago did you start? I progressed to just lifting pl8s by themselves after 2mo


135/225/315/405 lbs
All others in the thread are memeing.

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>be in gym
>45lb plate already on one side of bar
>other 45lber across the room
>stack of 5lb and 2.5ers beside me
>put 8- 5ers and 2-2.5ers on other side
>made my own 45lber that day
it was an odd number of plates....yet didnt feel "unbalanced"

U 8 the pl8 b8 m8

The center of gravity was shifted to the single plate side though

1/2/3/4 = 135 lb overhead press, 225 lb bench, 315 lb squat, 405 lb deadlift, all for five reps. I don't know how this question still gets asked, it should be in the sticky.


Why do you bait this shit man, some newfag might actually believe you

I thought a plate was 20kg not 25kg

>He only lifts the plates

Come talk to me when you're done benching the entire weight rack for reps.

>counting the weight of the bar