What Is the Average Weight a Person Can Lift?

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The average weight a person can lift depends on the bodyweight and the type of lift but is about 68 kilograms. The more your weigh the more you will be expected to lift without getting hurt.
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Average Men untrained can lift about 0.5 their weight. Whilst the average buffed guy can lift about 1.5 their body weight.
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The average human can lift their own body weight.The average
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1. Measure your height if you do not know it. Stand in bare feet against a wall. Lay a pencil along the top of your head. Use the pencil to mark your height on the wall surface. 2
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what kind of lift? there are several types of lifts, such as squats, deadlifts, bench press, overhead press, power cleans, and more. but anyway, there is no real answer. thats like
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