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  • Jordan Feigenbaum
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    There is no need to ever know your true, honest-to-god 1RM unless you are a competitor.

    In that same vein, there are no 100% accurate 1RM calculators that are applicable to all people. Our 1RM calculators included in our templates are reasonably good, but not magical.

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  • brettkeefer
    started a topic If you don’t want to test 1rm?

    If you don’t want to test 1rm?

    i know that there are one rep max calculators out there , are there any that are actually half accurate ? I have no plans to compete , so I don’t necessary NEED to perform 1 rep maxes , though I do use percentage based training so I would need something to go off of. So I’m wondering if there’s any accurate way to track that.
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