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Old 12-06-2009, 04:05 PM   #3
BendtheBar
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I am not a fan of multiple deadlift reps. But with that said, I don't push my belief. We all know our bodies, and PLENTY of strong men have performed muliple rep sets on the deadlift.

BUT, I see many, many multiple rep sets - if not most - where good form is lost after one rep.

If you want to do 2's or 3's, at least reset your form between each rep.

Kman, I have a challenge for you...last workout you did 15 reps with 285. Next time in the gym, I want you to do 20 singles with 285 in 10 minutes. After each single, rest only 15 seconds, take time and setup properly, then do another rep. Try this once. See how you like it.
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