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2011/04/06 09:34:46 (permalink)
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Deadlift advice wanted

Right over last 2 week ive improved my deadlift from 260kg to 265kg then 275kg i was going to go for 285kg today but now im thinking should i try 300kg anyway the advice i would like is how would you guys build up to the 285kg or 300kg lift as in what weight and reps would you do before hitting the max weight?

My Personal Bests
Bench Press: 200kg

Squat:250kg

Deadlift: 275kg my aim is 300kg

Push Press: 132.5kg at the front 135kg at the back
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    iaink
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    Re:Deadlift advice wanted 2011/04/06 09:58:40 (permalink)
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    I'd do this;
     
    60x5
    100x5
    140x3
    180x2
    220x1
    260x1
    300x1
     
    The above is if 300 is a really goer. If you best deadlift is 275kg why would you try 300? Is 275 a rep max 2 or 3.
     
    Personally if you feel good enough to beat 275 I'd just go for 280-285 dependent on how you feel warming up.
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    Re:Deadlift advice wanted 2011/04/06 10:06:40 (permalink)
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    i would do the same as kenders, but go 220/250/280/300
     
    thats what i have done when i have gone for 300 18" etc in the past
     
    260-300 is a fair old jump, and crimping a little bit off that helps massively i think

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    Re:Deadlift advice wanted 2011/04/06 10:21:12 (permalink)
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    As above, 275-300 1 rep max is a big jump unless your 275 is for a 3+ rep max?
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    Re:Deadlift advice wanted 2011/04/06 10:30:44 (permalink)
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    Think im going for 285kg and see how i feel

    My Personal Bests
    Bench Press: 200kg

    Squat:250kg

    Deadlift: 275kg my aim is 300kg

    Push Press: 132.5kg at the front 135kg at the back
    No Steroids in this lifting machine!!!
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    Re:Deadlift advice wanted 2011/04/06 10:36:01 (permalink)
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    I would rather take it up in small increments rather than a big jump and greater risk of injury too mate.
     
    Some nice PB's there BTW!
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    Re:Deadlift advice wanted 2011/04/07 10:28:40 (permalink)
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    i would take it small jumps mate, my training partner did similar thing to you, he did a 280kg and it flew up tried 300kg failed and 3-4 months down the line still hasnt got it as its knocked him back alot if i was you i would every 2-4 weeks add a 5kg on until you cant add anymore
     
    week 1 1RM - 280kg
    week 3 or 5 1RM - 285kg
    week 5 or 9 1RM - 290kg
    week 7 or 13 1RM - 295kg
    week 9 or 17 1RM - 300kg
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    Re:Deadlift advice wanted 2011/04/07 11:24:57 (permalink)
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    sivvy1

    i would do the same as kenders, but go 220/250/280/300

    thats what i have done when i have gone for 300 18" etc in the past

    260-300 is a fair old jump, and crimping a little bit off that helps massively i think


    lol Funnily enough I been doing 260-300 on my pin pulls. Off course 300 isn't my max from the current height so actually you have a good point there.
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