I just read a very cool article by Brad Kaczmarski over on Testosterone Nation. It goes over anecdotal evidence of how to determine whether your body is balanced between the various strength exercises you perform. The premise is that you pick a base exercise, such as the deadlift, and see how many reps you can do at given weight (ex. 5 reps at 315 lbs). Then, you calculate the weight you can do at that same number of reps for other exercises based on varying percentages of the deadlift weight.
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Brad Kaczmarski does the same thing for different baseline exercises: Back Squat, Bench Press, Front Squat, Close-Grip Bench Press, and Barbell Curls. I think the numbers all work out to be the same; it just allows you to examine it from different exercises.