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Old 12-23-2009, 12:02 PM   #23
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Box squats have helped my deadlift more than anything, but deficit pulls are also a big help.

Multiple reps on the deadlift can be tragic, which is why multiple repped box squats and good mornings are a good substitute(or addition to singles)

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Originally Posted by jwood View Post
I don't really like using multiple rep deadlift sets, I feel my form really breaks down when I do multiple reps. Make sure you reset and keep your form when doing multiple reps.

And also pressing movements for me move up the slowest and my deadlift moves up the fastest.

I like to strengthen my deadlifts by doing deadlifts. My favorite is to use a band while doing deadlifts for dynamic effort days. I find variations of deadlifts to be very helpful like deficit deadlifts and also rack pulls with a band. These are both ways to switch things up so you do not have to heavy deadlifts all the time. Deadlifts are probably my favorite of the three main lifts so I enjoy doing them. Goodmornings helped strengthen my deadlift too.
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