“It’s a numbers game…” – Rogue Presents The Sinclair Coefficient as Explained by Terry Todd

October 22, 2015

What is the Sinclair Coefficient? Glad you asked… Terry Todd explains the body weight and lifting total ratios that help us determine who is the most beastly athletes of them all.


From the beginning of competitive weightlifting, bigger men and smaller men have argued about who, based on body weight, are the better lifters. Starting in the 1930s, a series of formulas were introduced to the sport to help answer this question. Dr. Terry Todd from the University of Texas explains. View in 4k HD.

Produced by Rogue Fitness.
Filmed on location at the Stark Center, University of Texas, Austin.



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