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Old 04-09-2012, 07:09 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by jp_ottawa View Post
Thanks for putting that up Btb.
Interesting factoid - many equipped lifters are heavier on the squat than deadlift.
The raw numbers suggest that we should expect the opposite for raw lifters,
which makes sense to me. Is it your experience that most raw lifters have a stronger
deadlift than squat?
Typically they will be much closer than that of an equipped lifter. I get little out of a suit deadlifting, but an amazing amount in the squat. With that being said, my raw squat is still 100lbs more than my raw pull (even 50lbs more then my equipped pull). Some people are just built for lifts. The deadlift isnt one for me
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