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Old 03-10-2010, 03:42 PM   #20
ehubbard
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Doing lots of reps on the deadlifts can go both ways. If you are a touch and go deadlifter then you can at times get knocked loose when the weights smack the ground and end up tweaking something as you get out of position. I would reset after each rep instead of touch and go if you are going to lower the weight and increase the reps. You actually should focus on lifting with your back AND your legs. Again, camera phone, camera, Flip cam, anything to get video would be helpful. Also, if you want to protect your back from injury I would do lots of lower back work on the back extension. Please report back once you've experienced the proverbial Lower Back Pump and all its pain and glory.
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