Wilks Points for a 66 Kilogram Woman

Wilks score calculator for a woman who weighs 66 kgs. What's my Wilks score? 66 kg Wilks score table.
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A 66 kg woman who lifts a combined 198 kg has a Wilks score of 205.40.
Wilks Table for a 66 kg Woman
Combined Lift Wilks Points
100 kg 103.74
105 kg 108.92
110 kg 114.11
115 kg 119.30
120 kg 124.48
125 kg 129.67
130 kg 134.86
135 kg 140.05
140 kg 145.23
145 kg 150.42
150 kg 155.61
155 kg 160.79
160 kg 165.98
165 kg 171.17
170 kg 176.35
175 kg 181.54
180 kg 186.73
185 kg 191.91
190 kg 197.10
195 kg 202.29
200 kg 207.47
205 kg 212.66
210 kg 217.85
215 kg 223.04
220 kg 228.22
225 kg 233.41
230 kg 238.60
235 kg 243.78
Combined Lift Wilks Points
240 kg 248.97
245 kg 254.16
250 kg 259.34
255 kg 264.53
260 kg 269.72
265 kg 274.90
270 kg 280.09
275 kg 285.28
280 kg 290.46
285 kg 295.65
290 kg 300.84
295 kg 306.03
300 kg 311.21
305 kg 316.40
310 kg 321.59
315 kg 326.77
320 kg 331.96
325 kg 337.15
330 kg 342.33
335 kg 347.52
340 kg 352.71
345 kg 357.89
350 kg 363.08
355 kg 368.27
360 kg 373.45
365 kg 378.64
370 kg 383.83
375 kg 389.02
Combined Lift Wilks Points
380 kg 394.20
385 kg 399.39
390 kg 404.58
395 kg 409.76
400 kg 414.95
405 kg 420.14
410 kg 425.32
415 kg 430.51
420 kg 435.70
425 kg 440.88
430 kg 446.07
435 kg 451.26
440 kg 456.44
445 kg 461.63
450 kg 466.82
455 kg 472.01
460 kg 477.19
465 kg 482.38
470 kg 487.57
475 kg 492.75
480 kg 497.94
485 kg 503.13
490 kg 508.31
495 kg 513.50
500 kg 518.69
505 kg 523.87
510 kg 529.06
515 kg 534.25
Combined Lift Wilks Points
520 kg 539.43
525 kg 544.62
530 kg 549.81
535 kg 555.00
540 kg 560.18
545 kg 565.37
550 kg 570.56
555 kg 575.74
560 kg 580.93
565 kg 586.12
570 kg 591.30
575 kg 596.49
580 kg 601.68
585 kg 606.86
590 kg 612.05
595 kg 617.24
600 kg 622.42
605 kg 627.61
610 kg 632.80
615 kg 637.99
620 kg 643.17
625 kg 648.36
630 kg 653.55
635 kg 658.73
640 kg 663.92
645 kg 669.11
650 kg 674.29
655 kg 679.48

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