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Old 07-05-2012, 09:14 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by IronManlet View Post
I found I had the best progress on my deadlift when I started focusing on low reps (mostly singles) and disregarding linear progression. Eventually you'll hit a wall that way, just because you can't add weight every time you pull.

As far as weight, I like to deadlift in the 85% range for the most part.

I add weight whenever I feel strong or whenever my working sets feel light; so it's fairly instinctive.
Thanks for the input IronMan

I love this idea

I have been wondering aboutl what to do when I hit the wall and this seems like a good option
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