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Sphinx Pose Standards and Averages

Tables of performance standards and average results help to compare your performance in sphinx pose with others of the same bodyweight.

Our Sphinx Pose standards and averages tables are based on 20298 submissions by our users.

Average Repetitions in Set

Bodyweight Beginner Amateur Intermediate Advanced Pro
Bodyweight Beginner Amateur Intermediate Advanced Pro

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How are these standards calculated?

Beginner. A beginner athlete has just started training Sphinx Pose and has no significant experience.

Amateur. Performs better than 20% of lifters. An amateur athlete has trained Sphinx Pose regularly for some time, but without aim to progess.

Intermediate. Performs better than 50% of lifters. An intermediate athlete has trained Sphinx Pose regularly for at least a year and a half.

Advanced. Performs better than 80% of lifters. An advanced athlete has trained Sphinx Pose regularly for at least three years.

Pro (Elite). Performs better than 95% of lifters. Elite athletes train regularly for many years to get to this level of proficiency in Sphinx Pose.

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Frequntly Asked Questions

How many Sphinx Pose should I do?
On average beginner male athletes do 0-0 repetitions, while advanced athletes do 0-0, depending on their bodyweight. On average beginner females do 0-0 repetitions, while advanced female athletes do 0-0, depending on their bodyweight.
Sphinx Pose

Sphinx Pose

Classification

Type(s) Bodyweight, Calisthenic, Strength, Compound
Muscles Worked Abdominals, Trapezius, Deltoids, Upper Abdominals, Posterior Deltoids, Pectoralis Major
Difficulty Level(s) Basic, Easy
Equipment No Equipment, Mat
Location At Gym, At Home, Outdoor

Muscles Worked

Target muscle(s) Upper Pecs
Synergyst muscle(s) Abs, Traps, Deltoids, Upper Abs, Side Deltoids

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