Wilks Points for a 155 Pound Man

Wilks score calculator for a man who weighs 155 lb. What's my Wilks score? 155 lb Wilks score table.
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A 155 pound man who lifts a combined 465 pounds has a Wilks score of 157.54.
Wilks Table for a 155 lb Man
Combined Lift Wilks Points
300 lb 101.64
305 lb 103.33
310 lb 105.02
315 lb 106.72
320 lb 108.41
325 lb 110.11
330 lb 111.80
335 lb 113.49
340 lb 115.19
345 lb 116.88
350 lb 118.57
355 lb 120.27
360 lb 121.96
365 lb 123.66
370 lb 125.35
375 lb 127.04
380 lb 128.74
385 lb 130.43
390 lb 132.13
395 lb 133.82
400 lb 135.51
405 lb 137.21
410 lb 138.90
415 lb 140.60
420 lb 142.29
425 lb 143.98
430 lb 145.68
435 lb 147.37
440 lb 149.07
445 lb 150.76
450 lb 152.45
455 lb 154.15
460 lb 155.84
465 lb 157.54
470 lb 159.23
475 lb 160.92
480 lb 162.62
485 lb 164.31
490 lb 166.00
495 lb 167.70
500 lb 169.39
505 lb 171.09
510 lb 172.78
515 lb 174.47
520 lb 176.17
525 lb 177.86
530 lb 179.56
535 lb 181.25
540 lb 182.94
545 lb 184.64
550 lb 186.33
555 lb 188.03
560 lb 189.72
565 lb 191.41
570 lb 193.11
575 lb 194.80
580 lb 196.50
585 lb 198.19
590 lb 199.88
595 lb 201.58
600 lb 203.27
605 lb 204.96
610 lb 206.66
Combined Lift Wilks Points
615 lb 208.35
620 lb 210.05
625 lb 211.74
630 lb 213.43
635 lb 215.13
640 lb 216.82
645 lb 218.52
650 lb 220.21
655 lb 221.90
660 lb 223.60
665 lb 225.29
670 lb 226.99
675 lb 228.68
680 lb 230.37
685 lb 232.07
690 lb 233.76
695 lb 235.46
700 lb 237.15
705 lb 238.84
710 lb 240.54
715 lb 242.23
720 lb 243.93
725 lb 245.62
730 lb 247.31
735 lb 249.01
740 lb 250.70
745 lb 252.39
750 lb 254.09
755 lb 255.78
760 lb 257.48
765 lb 259.17
770 lb 260.86
775 lb 262.56
780 lb 264.25
785 lb 265.95
790 lb 267.64
795 lb 269.33
800 lb 271.03
805 lb 272.72
810 lb 274.42
815 lb 276.11
820 lb 277.80
825 lb 279.50
830 lb 281.19
835 lb 282.89
840 lb 284.58
845 lb 286.27
850 lb 287.97
855 lb 289.66
860 lb 291.36
865 lb 293.05
870 lb 294.74
875 lb 296.44
880 lb 298.13
885 lb 299.82
890 lb 301.52
895 lb 303.21
900 lb 304.91
905 lb 306.60
910 lb 308.29
915 lb 309.99
920 lb 311.68
925 lb 313.38
Combined Lift Wilks Points
930 lb 315.07
935 lb 316.76
940 lb 318.46
945 lb 320.15
950 lb 321.85
955 lb 323.54
960 lb 325.23
965 lb 326.93
970 lb 328.62
975 lb 330.32
980 lb 332.01
985 lb 333.70
990 lb 335.40
995 lb 337.09
1000 lb 338.79
1005 lb 340.48
1010 lb 342.17
1015 lb 343.87
1020 lb 345.56
1025 lb 347.25
1030 lb 348.95
1035 lb 350.64
1040 lb 352.34
1045 lb 354.03
1050 lb 355.72
1055 lb 357.42
1060 lb 359.11
1065 lb 360.81
1070 lb 362.50
1075 lb 364.19
1080 lb 365.89
1085 lb 367.58
1090 lb 369.28
1095 lb 370.97
1100 lb 372.66
1105 lb 374.36
1110 lb 376.05
1115 lb 377.75
1120 lb 379.44
1125 lb 381.13
1130 lb 382.83
1135 lb 384.52
1140 lb 386.22
1145 lb 387.91
1150 lb 389.60
1155 lb 391.30
1160 lb 392.99
1165 lb 394.68
1170 lb 396.38
1175 lb 398.07
1180 lb 399.77
1185 lb 401.46
1190 lb 403.15
1195 lb 404.85
1200 lb 406.54
1205 lb 408.24
1210 lb 409.93
1215 lb 411.62
1220 lb 413.32
1225 lb 415.01
1230 lb 416.71
1235 lb 418.40
1240 lb 420.09
Combined Lift Wilks Points
1245 lb 421.79
1250 lb 423.48
1255 lb 425.18
1260 lb 426.87
1265 lb 428.56
1270 lb 430.26
1275 lb 431.95
1280 lb 433.64
1285 lb 435.34
1290 lb 437.03
1295 lb 438.73
1300 lb 440.42
1305 lb 442.11
1310 lb 443.81
1315 lb 445.50
1320 lb 447.20
1325 lb 448.89
1330 lb 450.58
1335 lb 452.28
1340 lb 453.97
1345 lb 455.67
1350 lb 457.36
1355 lb 459.05
1360 lb 460.75
1365 lb 462.44
1370 lb 464.14
1375 lb 465.83
1380 lb 467.52
1385 lb 469.22
1390 lb 470.91
1395 lb 472.61
1400 lb 474.30
1405 lb 475.99
1410 lb 477.69
1415 lb 479.38
1420 lb 481.07
1425 lb 482.77
1430 lb 484.46
1435 lb 486.16
1440 lb 487.85
1445 lb 489.54
1450 lb 491.24
1455 lb 492.93
1460 lb 494.63
1465 lb 496.32
1470 lb 498.01
1475 lb 499.71
1480 lb 501.40
1485 lb 503.10
1490 lb 504.79
1495 lb 506.48
1500 lb 508.18
1505 lb 509.87
1510 lb 511.57
1515 lb 513.26
1520 lb 514.95
1525 lb 516.65
1530 lb 518.34
1535 lb 520.04
1540 lb 521.73
1545 lb 523.42

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