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Old 12-05-2009, 08:10 PM   #1
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Default Increasing Deadlift Strength

I saw this talked about on another thread so I want to ask, what are good methods to increase deadlift strength? Do heavy reps help? Lighter weight and more reps? Or is Louie Simmons right in that you don't need to train the deadlift directly very often? How about frequency? Is twice a week ok if one is heavy and the other light?

I'm talking more about intermediates who have deadlifts over 350 to 400 pounds.
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