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Old 05-01-2013, 05:58 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by J_Byrd View Post
You would be hard press to piss anyone off here. I love stuff like this personally. I rack pull. When I was making the best gains on my deadlift I would rotate hights of the pins (never above the bottom of my knee) and stances. Pulled off the floor ever 3-4 weeks. Then started over. Just what worked for me, but I sure as hell never pulled 800lbs.
I rotated my heights as well. I would do a 3 week rotation from floor, then from mid shin and then from mid knee. I fell into the trap of believing it would help me get stronger and save my back. The difference between us is that I am raw and you are geared. I meant my post more towards the raw guys. To many people try to mimic what the big names are doing and they never realize what it took for those guys to get there.

Hey if rack pulls are working for you then more power to ya. You have a nice total to show for it!
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