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Old 09-20-2012, 06:45 PM   #1
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Default Deadlifting 2 Twice a Week

As most of you guys know I am running the Coan deadlift cycle right now. I am debating what to do next, so I will start thinking about it now. I have 4 more weeks of Coan left, solid program, but it is not something I can do all the time.

I was talking to one of the guys at the gym tonight who has recently been having huge success with his deadlift. This is kinda what we figured out tonight, so I want some critiques and thoughts.

Monday ME Squats/Deads-will continue to use LRB Strong 15 for squats
Thursday DE Squats/Rack Pulls

Thinking of rotating in 4 week cycles:
Monday- Wk1 Deficit Sumo
Wk 2- sumo off 4 mats
Wk 3-sumo off 2 mats
Wk 4-sumo from floor

Thursdays Rack Pulls-conventional
Wk 1 just below knee
Wk 2 mid shin
Wk 3 lowest pin possible
Wk 4- will hit my weakest height-unsure of what that is yet

Basically this will involve a lot of overload work, but I think it will be good. I plan to work up to a heavy single and then drop back for a rep set. Also, going to try to get more detailed in my assistance. Mondays will probably have no assistance at all, maybe shrugs if my low back can handle it.

This is just a basic idea right now, but it will grow and I would like some discussion. I will post more ideas as they come.
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