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Old 06-19-2010, 05:32 PM   #21
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i honestly think it varies from person to person... at the weight i lift i couldnt DL max effort twice a week, but CMK does it twice a week often...

i can sqat multiple times in a week and be fine, when others have mentioned they could never do this...
Yea it Probably varies alot due to peoples different rates of muscular developement in a given area. Maybe one area is slightly behind the other or overcompensating etc, defenitely different from person to person, I was just speaking in general the DL is usually more taxing overall. I can see what you are saying though.
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I'm a bit of an oddball when it comes to deadlifting. I think I could deadlift three times a week if I wanted to. I rarely feel any CNS issues or signs of overtraining.
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I'm a bit of an oddball when it comes to deadlifting. I think I could deadlift three times a week if I wanted to. I rarely feel any CNS issues or signs of overtraining.
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Same. My back feels to soreness at all from Deadlifting yesterday.
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Same. My back feels to soreness at all from Deadlifting yesterday.
How many reps were you using on your top sets?

I get sore from 5+ rep sets. From singles I never get sore. I think I actually handle heavy singles better.
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I get sore from 5+ rep sets. From singles I never get sore. I think I actually handle heavy singles better.
Same here, I recover alot faster and get sore less often the more weight but less reps I do... There has to be something to that..
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I get sore from 5+ rep sets. From singles I never get sore. I think I actually handle heavy singles better.
Oops, I meant no* soreness at all.

Anything low-rep gets me sore immediately after the pull, but after a bit of movement/stretching it's gone and doesn't ever come back.

Yesterday was mostly singles, btw.
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i honestly think it varies from person to person... at the weight i lift i couldnt DL max effort twice a week, but CMK does it twice a week often...

i can sqat multiple times in a week and be fine, when others have mentioned they could never do this...
I think people can build up their work capacity. A local coach talks about his experiences here. He mentions that his own son (weights something in the 70s kg) did a maximum deadlift attempt of 170kg and then couldn't manage a second and third attempt - not great for competition. So he put them all on an old-style routine with for example 1-2x20 breathing squats in each of three sessions a week. It worked, 8 months later his son did 200kg, 207.5kg, 212.5kg, and 215kg.
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I think I could deadlift three times a week if I wanted to. I rarely feel any CNS issues or signs of overtraining.
You probably have good nutrition and rest. Many people, including many lifters, have relatively poor nutrition and rest.

In the thread I linked above a guy complains about high lifting volume routines and then says he drank 3lt of milk and ate 1kg of meat every day - he doesn't mention fruit, vegetables, nuts and beans. Doesn't matter how much fuel you put through the engine if half the spark plugs aren't firing.

I don't say everyone could handle a high volume workload. But I think many more people could handle it than they imagine. I see this all the time in training people, you can see by their speed and smoothness of movement in a rep that they could do more reps - but left to themselves, they stop. So I say, "you have 3 more, keep going." They abuse me, keep going and complete those extra 3 reps.

People's physical limits are usually much higher than their mental limits. I know I train much harder with a decent training partner or coach/trainer watching over me.
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