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`"IPC" = 100/ (A-B*e^(-C*BWT)) `

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The **IPF GL Coefficient** calculator computes the comparative weight coefficient between weight lifters based on the weight of the lifter (x), the type of lift and the gender of the lifter, all combined in the IPF GL Coefficient formula.

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

- (
**x**) Weigh of Person - (
**g**) Gender of Person - (
**LT**) lift type- Equipped Power Lift
- Classic Power Lift
- Equipped Bench Press
- Classic Bench Press

**IPFL GL Coefficient (IPC):** The calculator returns the coefficient as a real number (decimal).

The International Powerlifting Federation GL coefficient formula is:

` IPC = 100/ (A-B*e^(-C*BWT)) `

where:

- IPC = IPF GL coefficient
- BWT = body weight of the lifter
- A, B, C = f(gender, lift type), see below

Lift Type | A | B | C | |

Equipped Power Lift | 1236.25115 | 1449.21864 | 0.01644 | |

Classic Power Lift | 1199.72839 | 1025.18162 | 0.00921 | |

Equipped Bench Press | 381.22073 | 733.79378 | 0.02398 | |

Classic Bench Press | 320.98041 | 281.40258 | 0.01008 |

Lift Type | A | B | C | |

Equipped Power Lift | 758.63878 | 949.31382 | 0.02435 | |

Classic Power Lift | 610.32796 | 1045.59282 | 0.03048 | |

Equipped Bench Press | 221.82209 | 357.00377 | 0.02937 | |

Classic Bench Press | 142.40398 | 442.52671 | 0.04724 |

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