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Old 07-16-2013, 12:33 PM   #655
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Originally Posted by TobesLCFC View Post
Can the deadlift be done for high reps (say 20) and be effective? I saw a full body routine on Primallifter.com which alternated between very heavy days (3reps) and light days (20). Also, your arms are looking swole, even though you don't do direct arm work.
High reps can be ok, but I recommend easing into them. Maintaining form is always a key concern. I always stop a set when my form feels off. You might need weeks to work up to 10+ reps on a set of deadlifts.

And thanks, hoping to lose some fat soon so I can reveal that muscle a bit more.
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