There’s one of the Beaxst challenges where you have to be able to lift a certain amount of weight in order to pass the challenge. I failed the challenge the first time around and then passed the challenge on the Beaxst level.
Total Beaxst seemed unrealistic to me. However, with the right progressive overload and weight expectation, I may have been able to reach the power goal required.
What I ended up doing was creating a calculator checklist to make it easier for me to refer to a benchmark that I needed for my training so I would have a chance to lift the weight at the varying Beastmode levels.
I’ve shared a table below with the estimated workout weight by the exercise. You can use these as a benchmark to help you with your training.
Deadlift target weight
|Weight.(kg)||Base mode (1.5x)||Beaxst Mode (2x)||Total Beaxst Mode (2.25x)|
Bench Press target weight
|Weight.(kg)||Base mode (Bodyweight)||Beaxst Mode (1.4x)||Total Beaxst Mode (1.75x)|
Squats target weight
|Weight.(kg)||Base mode (1.1x)||Beaxst Mode (1.5x)||Total Beaxst Mode (2x)|
Obviously, you will need to calculate the correct weight for the level that you are doing the program at.
You can see that the weights are very, very challenging. So you need to be able to develop your strength and power to be able to lift these weights prior to the challenge.
There are lower weights that you can do within the challenge. However, you should really be aiming to complete a few reps at the given weight range prior to the challenge.
I hope that you found this helpful.