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Old 12-25-2011, 12:34 PM   #7
Fazc
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Davis, Offroad I'm not a massive deadlifter by any means, but enough to hold my own in my weight class. What has worked well so far has been to basically deadlift as often as possible, using variations of the actual lift and multiple low rep sets.

I'll typically deadlift three times a week now after my squats, with variations ranging from the actual lift, partials, SLDL or deficits. Reps will be at least singles or triples and sets will be around 5-6. Moving weight in a partial ROM, off the floor and in a stiff leg fashion really helps to avoid staleness associated with doing the same lift over and allows more weekly volume than just lifting once a week.
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