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Old 02-17-2012, 11:19 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
I don't have any feedback, but am curious how the 2x deadlift is treating you?
I have been deadlifting twice a week for 3 months now. Up until next week, it was Snatch grip deadlift for 3 singles and a heavy tripple rack pull on Tuesday, and on Thursday it was 3 heavy singles and bb rows. So far so good, I was actually recommended it by this old school PL at my gym, he had about a 750kg total at 105kg when he was younger.

At first I thought I would be fried, but so far my lower back feels better than it has ever been.
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