Strength Standards for Athletes. The hopefully encouraging truth.
Barbell strength Standards
Men then Women.
Around 85kg bodyweight.
Around 65kgs bodyweight.
Preferably these are beltless and done to powerlifting standards.
Anything more than this and you're probably not helping your athletic performance that much. More muscle means you need to move more weight to be fast. Power to weight ratio is far more important that having a big powerlifting total. So being 4kgs lighter and squatting 40kgs less is probably a better option. Think of it this way. If you increase your weight from 80kgs to 85 ( some muscle some fat) you'd better hope that muscle has somehow increaded your power by the same 6.25% and in the majority of cases, it wont. This is why a cyclist would much prefer to be 60kgs of not a whole lot of muscle or fat than be an 80kg ball of muscle.
So what do you do if you're at these standards? Spend less time on bi-lateral barbell exercises. One session a week, just to maintain your strength is enough. Spend more time on stabilty,single leg-strength and moving less weight faster and faster. P.s. Just remember these are just guidelines to help you use your time more efficiently, Remember that work in the gym needs to help you out on the pitch.