# One rep max calculator for Muscle Up

### Your Data

### Your Result

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at RIR

equals a One Rep Max of...

#### Repetition Max Table With Percentages

###### Your Bodyweight

###### Your Rep Max

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#### The Muscle Up RM Calculator

The muscle up RM calculator is a tool that lets you figure out your one repetition max when doing muscle ups. This will help you to determine what weight you need to go for in your next training session, and it will also help gauge how many repetitions of muscle ups are necessary to gain strength.

You should know the 1RM when creating your strength training program. The 1RM is the maximum amount of weight you can lift once, and it determines how intense your workouts will be. It's also used to calculate volume in a workout, which is important because if you don't train with enough intensity, then your muscles won't get as much stimulation as they need to grow bigger and stronger.

##### Why is a one repetition max calculator important?

#### How to use the max muscle up calculator

The calculator has 3 available configurations, giving the user the freedom to calculate 3 variables (RM, Lift and Repetitions):

After deciding the calculator mode, you will need to input the data and the calculator will automatically compute your result.

#### One Repetition Max Formula

One rep max (1RM) is the maximum amount of weight that you can lift for one repetition. It's an important measurement to determine your strength and your ability to lift heavy weights. But how do you calculate your 1RM? And what should be included in this calculation? Next, we will have a look at the formula used to calculate the Muscle Up.

The following formula has been obtained by interpolating results from some of the best Calisthenics athletes in the world:

** The formula only works when using Kilograms (Kg) as unit measure. In order to obtain the result in pounds (lb) you need to transform the pounds to kilograms first, calculate, and transform back to pounds.*

** In order to take into account the RIR in the calculations, the RIR is added to the reps variable.*

** The results have been adapted for reps = 1, where RM = weight.*

** bw = Body Weight*

The formula above takes into account the body weight of the athlete, the weight lifted and the amount of repetitions.

The Weighted Muscle Up is a very specific exercise where the bodyweight will take a huge impact, as many people are not even able to Muscle Up its own bodyweight. The formula has been tested by many athletes in different weight classes, and it's said to be pretty accurate.