English - Logo Sight Battle Soldier Levels - Fighter English - Logo Sight
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Fighter Levels 200
1 S
1/1 294 - 300 2=1500
2/2 288 - 294
3/3 282 - 288
4/4 276 - 282
5/5 270 - 276
2 H
6/1 264 - 270
7/2 258 - 264
8/3 252 - 258
9/4 246 - 252
3 L
10/1 240 - 246
11/2 234 - 240
12/3 228 - 234
13/4 222 - 228
4 M
14/1 216 - 222
15/2 210 - 216
16/3 204 - 210
17/4 198 - 204
5 W
18/1 192 - 198
19/2 186 - 192
20/3 180 - 186
6 L
21/1 174 - 180
22/2 168 - 174
23/3 162 - 168
7 F
24/1 156 - 162
25/2 150 - 156
26/3 144 - 150
8 B
27/1 140 - 144
28/2 134 - 140
29/3 128 - 134
9 F
30/1 122 - 128
31/2 116 - 122
10 S
32/1 112 - 116
33/2 106 - 112
11 A
34/1 100 - 106
35/2 94 - 100
12 0
36/1 88 - 94
37/2 82 - 88
13 0
38 76 - 82
14 0
39 70 - 76
15 0
40 64 - 70
16 0
41 58 - 64
17 0
42 52 - 58
18 0
43 46 - 52
19 0
44 40 - 46
20 0
45 34 - 40
21 0
46 28 - 34
22 0
47 22 - 28
23 0
48 16 - 22
24 0
49 10 - 16
25 0
50 4 - 10
4 Burpees in 7 Minutes Levels
1 Omega Commander
162+ 0
2 Superforce Warrior
161 Scott Panchik
3 155-160 No Man Zone 2
 
4 Commander
154 Travis Page
5 148-153 No Man Zone 2
 
6 Jedi Master
147 Jarett Perelmutter
7 145 - 146 No Man Zone 1
8 Cyborg
144 Irving Hernandez, Chad Augustin
9 Baddass
143 Kristan Clever
10 Double Trouble
142 Sean Thomson
11 Hero
141 Rich Froning, Mike Abgarian, Dave Schwanke
12 Leutenant Hero
141 Andrea Ager
13 Warrior
140 Josh Golden, Justin Adams, Scott Mckenzie
14 Special Forces
139 Nick Fory, Kenneth Leverich, Orlando Trejo, Mike Mckenna
Thomas Hooton, Adrian Lui, Buddy Hitchcock, Hunter Lea
15 Trooper
138 Dan Bailey, Peter D'Amore, Kevin Simons, Chris Spealler
ryan fischer, Ben Stoneberg, Mike Kluegel, Davide Marini
Noah Ohlsen, Ben Thompson, Eric Hockridge, Ben Hopkins
16 Soldier
137 Albert-Dominic Larouche, Will Zerlang, Jordan Troyan, Ian McHugh
17 Tiger
136 Joey Warren, Nick Zambruno, Roch Proteau, Kyle Jacobson, Bobby Noyce, Joe Masley, Jack Hile, Brian Kost
James Storer, Mizar Fuentes-Ortega, Kelly Levens
18 Strong
136 Jolene Grant
19 Solid
135 Megan John, Julie Foucher, Madelyn Curley, Annie Sakamoto, Denae Brown, Linda Thomas
20 Fair
134 Cheryl nasso, Larissa Costa, Kat Apostolina,
21 State Level
133 Emily Bridgers, Lindsay Bourdon, Valerie Voboril,
Thuridur Erla Helgadottir, Jessica Pinkerton
22 Varsity
132 Michele Letendre, Jennifer Butler, Natalie McLain, Penny Kemp, Nellie Garcia
23 Junior Varsity
131 Maura Vergara
24 Wannabe
130 Shelly Sourdis, rachel martinez, Danielle Hale, Feng Yi Chew
25 Meatball
129 Kelley Jackson, Taryn Stratten
26 Dooshbag
128 Annie Thorisdottir, Katrin Tanja Davidsdottir, Amy Dracup,
Becky Conzelman, Emma Keen, Emily Carothers, Sara Ellegaard Andreasen, Trixie Arya, mayra saldarriaga,
Brimlea-Jane Smyth
27 Loser
127 Emily Friedman, Amanda Schwartz, Hjördís Óskarsdóttir
Gayle Shalloo, Helga Gudmundsdottir
28 Swine
126 Michelle Crawford, Melissa Jamerino, Anna Tunnicliffe
Pamela Gagnon, Chelsea Estes, Janelle Ragusa
29 Turd
135 Stefano Migliorini, Kieran Hogan, Zack Height

1 Takes a whole match, all 5 rounds of 5 minutes for the biggest of the biggest level to beat the smallest of the smallest level within a division.

5 Rounds of 5 Minutes so 300x5=1500 Match
1 Division span = one complete match of all 5 rounds, so all 1500s, so 270vs300=1500s.

5.5%=900s=1500-900=600s=10m=2rds
9%=300s

Mel Menor Muy Thai Men's Champion Side Kick 770
Gina Carano Punch 650 Elbow 400 Knee 550 Side Kick 800
Ivan Drago registers a 2,150-psi punch

block or strike 300 lbs of force can colapse windpipe or fracture face bones

knees can take 1700 lbs of force

Pedro Sauer 312 150 lbs 2nd Degree Black Belt Ju Jitsu Vs Lance Batchelor 250 lbs Steroid Bodybuilder Mr Utah Wrestler + Bouncer won 100+ Street fights 2:30 2 levels 12lbs diff 162

Less Pressure than squeezing a orange to stop blood flow through the neck

many styles a black belt takes approximately three to six years of training to achieve one hour a day three times a week. 3 hrs/week 12 hrs/month, 144 hrs/yr 576 hrs

A study of seven Olympic boxers in weight classes ranging from flyweight to super heavyweight showed a range of 447 to 1,066 pounds of peak punching force. Energy transferred from punch to target varied widely depending on how heavy the boxers' hands and gloves were, how fast they punched, and how rigidly they held their wrists. The three flyweights, interestingly, delivered more oomph than all but the two super heavyweights.

-- A study of 70 boxers found elite-level fighters could punch with an average of 776 pounds of force. Another study of 23 boxers showed elite fighters were able to punch more than twice as hard as novices, the hardest hitter generating almost 1,300 pounds of force.

-- An oft-cited 1985 study of Frank Bruno, who'd go on to be WBC heavyweight champ, showed he could punch with a force of 920 pounds in the lab. Researchers extrapolated that to a real-life blow of 1,420 pounds, enough to accelerate his opponent's head at a rate of 53 g -- that is, 53 times the force of gravity.

-- Martial arts punches generally involve much less force than those in boxing. A study of 12 karate black belts showed so-called reverse punches delivered an average force of 325 pounds, with the strongest measuring 412 pounds. Short-range power punches averaged 178 pounds. Another study found martial artists needed 687 pounds of force to break a concrete slab 1.5 inches thick. One early researcher estimated karate strikes could reach 1,500 pounds, but that figure was an outlier.

Calculations
In the example of a kick traveling 30 meters per second, the force is 270 Newtons. This figure is derived from 0.45 kg, the weight of the ball, times 30 meters per second, divided by 0.05 seconds. To convert Newtons, a metric measure of force, to a second measure called kilogram-force, which measures force in units based on the force gravity exerts on 1 kg, you apply a formula that 1 kgf equals 9.81 Newtons. This yields a result of 27.52 kgf for the force of an average soccer player kicking the ball. The calculation of 270 Newtons can also be converted to a standard-measure force of about 1,200 pound-force, by dividing each Newton by 0.22481. A pound-force, also called simply a pound, also equals the gravitational force on a mass of 1 pound.


Averages
In "Biomechanical Characteristics and Determinants of Instep Soccer Kick," Eleftherios Kellis of the sports sciences department at Aristotle University in Greece compiled ball speeds from kicks reported in 27 research studies. Ball speeds ranged from a low of 14.9 meters per second in youths aged 10 to 17 to 30 meters per second for professional soccer players, with many adult amateurs able to send the ball at 25 meters per second. The pounds of force can be calculated knowing that the ball weight is constant for all the studies, with the added assumption that the shoe contact time is also fairly constant at about 0.05 seconds. Thus while professional players send the ball at 30 meters per second and 1,200 pounds of force, an average adult player sends the ball at around 25 meters per second based on a kick of 1,000 pounds of force, while average youth players may only muster a ball speed of 14.9 meters per second, indicating just 600 pounds of force.

I have heard that as low as 2-4 lbs of force can KO someone if landed cleanly on the chin

around 250 lbs and in the jaw or lower face

 

Dana White shared his opinion on trans female fighters being allowed to fight cisgender (nontrans) fighters, saying, "Bone structure is different, hands are bigger, jaw is bigger, everything is bigger. I don't believe in it."

 

Gracie Rules

20 lbs = belt
10 years = Belt

Could take Rener Gracie 8 Minutes to defeat a 285 fit guy unskilled
Up to down punching 3 to 2
up to down jiu jitsu 3 to 4

heights
Romans
Celts
Men
Women
Men
Women
Low Class Normal
5'4" 145 lbs
4'11" 120 lbs
6'1" 200
5'8" 180
Low Class Soldier
5'4" 160 lbs
4'11" 135 lbs
6'1" 219
5'8" 197
High Class Normal
5'7" 150 lbs
5'2" 125 lbs
6'6" 215 lbs
6'1" 194 lbs
High Class Soldier
5'7" 170 lbs
5'2" 140 lbs
6'6" 234 lbs
6'1" 210 lbs
Notes

Julius Caesar is Roman Aristocrachy 5'7"
Celt is 9 inches taller than Roman
Soldiers are
Height to Weight of Roman is 2.25
Height to Weight of Roman Soldier is 2.5
Height to Weight of Celt is 2.75
Height to Weight of Celt Soldier is 3
Roman Woman is 83.33% as robust as Roman man
Celtic Woman is 90% as robust as Celtic Man
Woman is 5 inches shorter than man
Roman Aristocrachy is 3 inches taller than commoner
Celtic Aristocracy is 5 inches taller than commoner

Sample Fighters

lindsay hayward 25 6'9" 240
Bruce Lee 32 5'7" 125-65
Maria Wattell 6'2" 200
Anna Watson 5'10" 175
Maria Sharapova 6'2" 170
Kyle Pounds 40 5'10"185
Kyle Pounds 18 5'10"140
Mike Chapin 39 5'10"155
Mike Chapin 185'10"145
Arnold Swartzenegger,
Sylvester Stallone,
Jean Claude Van Damme,
Steven Seagal,
Ronda Rousey,
Miesha Tate,
Mr T 30,
Mr T 50,
Lance Armstrong TDF,
Valerie Vili,
Sandy Allen
Andre the Giant
Royce Gracie
Bob Sapp
Ronda Rousey
Miesha Tate
 
 
 


5 minutes of 3 or 5 rounds one minute rest

Weight Advantage
New Division 91%
4%
13%
% Muscle @ 150 lbs
144
130.5
% Muscle VS
110%
91%
Examples
136.5
150
182
200
Fighter Skill Levels
1 White - Beginner
Taekuan do        
2 Yellow - receives knowledge and become stronger and more skilled
         
3 Orange - preparing for further development
         
4 Green - growth of a seed that sprouts upward, becoming a plant
         
5 Blue - sky and signifies continued growth
         
6 Purple - change, symbolizing the sky changing color at dawn
         
7 Brown - maturity. Like seeds that turn brown in the harvest season
         
8 Red - sun represents the student's detailed knowledge
         
9 Black - completion and maturity white belts become black with dirt over years
1st Degree - Shodan
         
10 2nd Degree - Nidan
         
11 3rd Degree - Sandan
         
12 4th Degree - Yondan
         
13 5th Degree - Godan
         
14 6th Degree - Rokudan
         
15 7th Degree - Shichidan
         
16 8th Degree - Hachidan
         
17 9th Degree - Kudan
         
18 10th Degree - Jūdan
         

 

 

 

 

 

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MMA Weight Divisions
1 Super heavyweight 265+
2 Heavyweight 205 - 265 60 77%
3 Light HW 186 - 205 19 91%
4 Middleweight 171 - 185 14 92%
5 Welterweight 156 - 170 14 92%
6 Lightweight 146 - 155 9 94%
7 Featherweight 136 - 145 9 94%
8 Bantamweight 126 - 135 9 93%
9 Flyweight 116 - 125 9 93%
10 Strawweight 106 - 115 9 92%
11 Atomweight <105
2 Golden Rules
1 Takes a whole round for the biggest of the biggest level to beat the smallest of the smallest level
270 div 300 = 91% so 9% = 300s
2 It takes a whole match for the biggest of a level to beat the smallest of a level
294 div 300 = 98% so 2% = 1500s
* Formula = 2=1500 & 9=300 *
Extrapolated Examples
1 5v1
2 2v1
3 3v1
4 4v1
5 5v1
6 1v34 65% =
Fighter Levels
1 Fitness
5 Skill
2 Toughness
Fitness
1 Excersizes
1 Man Grace
2 Woman Grace
3 Row, Pistol Squat, Hang Clean 135
4 Burpees in 7 minutes
5 Double Unders
1 Absolute Strength
1 Bench Press
2 Squat
3 Deadlift
2 Bodyweight Strength
1 Burpees in 7 Minutes
2 Pullups
3 Fighting Fitness
1 Punching Power
2 Punching Speed
3 Kicking Power
4 Kicking Speed
4 Swimming
1 25 Meters
2 750 Meters
5 Rowing
1 500M Row
2 2k Row
6 Riding
1 250M
2 20K
7 Running
1 400M
2 Mile
Skill
1 Martial Arts
1 White 64 hrs
2 Yellow 128 hrs 10.5 Months
3 Orange 192 hrs 1 Yr 4 Ms
4 Green 256 hrs 1 Yr 1.5 Ms
5 Blue 320 hrs 2 Yrs 3 Ms
6 Purple 384 hrs
7 Brown 448 hrs
8 Red 512 hrs
9 Black 576 hrs 4 yrs
5 Athleticism
1 Tumbling 9%
2 Back Flip 4%
3 Splits 4%
Toughness
1 Height
5 Weight
2 Sex
Other Sports
1 Football Gymnastics
2 Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer
3 Rowing
4 Running
5 Cycling
Youtube Examples Supporting my Chart
1 F
2 V
3 R
4 R
5 C
Baddass Levels
1 Cyborg
15 - 1600
2
14 - 1500
3
15 - 1600
4
16 - 1700
5
17 - 1800
6
18 - 1900
7
19 - 2000
8
20 - 2100
9
21 - 2200
10
22 - 2300
11
23 - 2400
12
24 - 2500
13
25 - 2600
14
26 - 2700
15
27 - 2800
16
28 - 2900
17
29 - 3000
18
30 - 3100
19
31 - 3200
20
32 - 3300
21
33 - 3400
22
34 - 3500
23
35 - 3600
24
36 - 3700
25
37 - 3800
26
38 - 3900
27
39 - 4000
28
40 - 4100
29
41 - 4200
30
42 - 4300
31
43 - 4400
32
44 - 4500
33
45 - 4600
34
46 - 4700
35
47 - 4800
36
48 - 4900
37
49 - 5000
38
50 - 5100
39
51 - 5200
40
52 - 5300
41
53 - 5400
42
54 - 5500
43
55 - 5600
44
56 - 5700
45
57 - 5800
46
58 - 5900
47
59 - 6000
48
60 - 6100
49
61 - 6200
50
62 - 6300
Sex Advantage
Men Vs Women
Bodyfat
4%
13%
% Muscle @ 150 lbs
144
130.5
% Muscle VS
110%
91%
Examples
136.5
150
182
200
Inverse Chart
Formula = 2=1500 & 9=300
2=1500
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
9=300
10=265
11=230
12=195
13=160
14=125
15=90
16=60
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19
20
21
22
23=12
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17
16
15
14
5
4
3
2
1
17v5=12
17/4
17/3
17/2
17/1
16/5
16/4
16/3
16/2
16/1
15/5
15/4
15/3
15/2
15/1
14/5
14/4
14/3
14/2
14/1
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17
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