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Old 09-26-2012, 02:45 PM   #1
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Default Alternatives to deadlift

I recently injured a back ligament and it is the second injury in the same ligament in 5 months. Both injuries during heavy deadlifts. My chiro says if I injure it again its will start to get disks slipping on a regular basis. With that I would like suggestions on developing the strength and mass the deadlift adds. i suppose I could do high rep deadlifts. But I am looking for alternatives
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