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# O'Conner et al

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Equation / Last modified by KurtHeckman on 2017/03/25 17:23
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O'Conner et al

Variable | Instructions | Datatype |
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`(w) "This is the lifted weight for the reps"` | Decimal (kg) | |

`(r) "This is the number of reps."` | Integer |

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The **O'Conner Max Weight** calculator computes the approximate maximum weight one can lift using the O'Conner formula.

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Choose your preferred units and enter the following:

- (
**w**) This is the weight lifted in repetitions. - (
**r**) This is the number of reps.

**Max Weight:** The calculator returns the approximate max weight in pounds. However, this can be automatically converted to other mass or weight units (e.g. kilograms) via the pull-down menu.

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Max Repetition Weight formulas like O'Conner's are intended to provide an estimate on the maximum weight one can lift without having to attempt such a lift. The motivation is to avoid injuries associated with lifting one's max.

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