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Old 03-04-2013, 05:39 PM   #1
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right now I'm shooting for 20 reps over 4 sets on the deadlift. I have the feeling that on the last set I'm quite exhausted and can't really go full out anymore. Is this a stamina issue that is worth working on or could I change the reps/sets?

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Old 03-04-2013, 05:55 PM   #2
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well i would aim for 4 sets of 5 but losing strength on the later sets just happens until you have got stronger to do all sets at the rep limit then add weight, that is called progression.
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Depends on the intensity of the sets. What kind of percentage are we talking about, compared to your 1rm?
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What kind of weight are you working with?
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I'm pulling 120kg but seeing as I don't really know my 1rm that probably doesn't give you much information does it? I'll try a 1rm on the deadlift soon so I have something to base percentages on.
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Just checked your log, and i think you were hitting it with 120kg, right? I would say to keep going the way your going, and that you will definitely get tired as the sets go on. If you get stuck for a few weeks not being able to add any reps, then it might be worth taking a look at other rep schemes or diet or sleep or other external factors.

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Alright then I'll keep it as it is for now, nothing wrong with getting tired obviously ^^. Thanks for the replies guys.
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