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Old 11-10-2013, 10:27 PM   #1072
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Dear bearded one yet again, I've got a slight problem. At my gym deadlifting has been pretty much banned for anyone who can deadlift over 315. Is there any programming you'd recommend for a "Pull" day that would increase my deadlift without actually doing deadlift? Thus far I was thinking heavy BB rows, heavy 1 arm rows, and adding in power shrugs.

Any and all help is appreciated! Thanks in advance as well.
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