The strength index allows all athletes to compete against one another to determine who is the strongest pound for pound. An athlete can compare to another even though they have great differences in bodyweight. A male 225 lb athlete that bench presses 315 lbs. for 3 repetitions will generate a 1RM of 343 lbs. His Strength Index is calculated based on his bodyweight to be 503 points. A 200 lb. male athlete could beat him with a 290 lb. bench press for 4 repetitions to achieve 504 Strength Index points.
Register, then login to receive three free Strength Index Codes and get started. Give the codes a try to determine a strength level.
A coach or athlete can purchase strength index codes with a credit card for $1 apiece (minimum of 25). You may also purchase an Annual License for an unlimited number of Strength Index Codes for $99. Unused Codes are stored in your account. Login in to use them as needed. Use them to calculate strength index points for major lifts for your friends, a physical education class, your athletic team, or a rival team.
Use the Strength Index code to calculate the strength level of major lifts done in your program or to host an exciting Strength Index Competition for your team, class or with other teams.