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Old 07-06-2009, 11:21 AM   #11
BendtheBar
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How is your lower back feeling? If you are feeling no ill effects from your current deadlift program, don't change. Especially if you're going up in weight.

I find that I need at least a few heavy singles each week to keep my strength up. I did 10 rest paused @ 405 for months, and my max didn't jump up. But when I add in a few singles, it goes up.

You are doing the right thing (IMHO) doing the lighter rep work last. It will feel lighter, and make the training feel like it's moving along.

bwys61 is more of a straight powerlifter then me, so don't hesitate to pick his brain.
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