# Wilks Calculator

Type into any box. Your Wilks coefficient will be calculated automatically.

Note: This site uses the most recent version of the Wilks formula which was updated in March 2020.

Body Weight
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Combined Lift
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Bench Press
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Squat
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A 100 kg man who lifts a combined 250 kg has a Wilks score of 152.15.

#### What is the Wilks coefficient?

The Wilks coefficient was developed by Australian powerlifter Robert Wilks as a way to compare power lifting results across various weight classes.

The higher your Wilks points, the stronger you are on a pound-for-pound basis.

It is intended to be used for the powerlifting events of bench press, squat, and deadlift. It is generally used for the combined total of all three lifts.

#### Wilks Formula

 points = y * 500 a + bx + cx2 + dx3 + ex4 + fx5

y = How much you lifted in kilograms

x = How much you you weigh in kilograms

The values of a, b, c, etc... can be found below

Wilks values - men
A-216.0475144
B16.2606339
C-0.002388645
D-0.00113732
E7.01863*10-6
F-1.291*10-8
Wilks values - women
A594.31747775582
B-27.23842536447
C0.82112226871
D-0.00930733913
E4.731582*10-5
F-9.054*10-8