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Old 07-17-2011, 01:25 PM   #11
bwys61
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Originally Posted by CLEEPER View Post
My Dead lift is not really on par and I would like to get my back stronger to be able to lock out at the top better on dead lifts with out rounding my back. Is this a good way to do that or just keep dead lifting and looking for progression to let it build all together?
Always change it up. Rack pulls are excellent for upper back lockout. use against bands and with reverse bands. Don't forget the goodmornings also
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