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      All the guys in the gym try to Deadlift alot of weight and all of them sooner or later hurt themselves so why is it that everyone has to Deadlift alot of weight,Do you really have Deadlift that much weight
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      For competition purposes I say yes. Im not a "form *****", but deads are the one that I do try to keep somewhat strict and at low reps. I feel as fatigue sets in from higher reps your groove gets a little funky and opens you up for possible injury. Although I've seen some hitching MoFos and never get hurt once....

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      Quote Originally Posted by maxseg View Post
      For competition purposes I say yes. Im not a "form *****", but deads are the one that I do try to keep somewhat strict and at low reps. I feel as fatigue sets in from higher reps your groove gets a little funky and opens you up for possible injury. Although I've seen some hitching MoFos and never get hurt once....
      as soon as i hitch or start to hitch i hang it up. love dead lifts but i know what a back injury feels like and does haha.
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      Depends on the person. Some people just shouldnt deadlift. Ever.
      Then you hear of some 80 year old dude deadlifting 700 pounds with no problem. Go figure.

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      I deadlift pretty often, but rarely go SUPER heavy. I'll occasionally get in the the 4-5 rep range, but almost never go all the way to a single one rep pull. I'm doing them for the density and thickness and for me I get that best with a little lighter weight and higher volume. I do notice as I've gotten older, the less "sloppy" I can allow myself to be during a lift. Form is paramount with deads.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Yohimbe View Post
      I deadlift pretty often, but rarely go SUPER heavy. I'll occasionally get in the the 4-5 rep range, but almost never go all the way to a single one rep pull. I'm doing them for the density and thickness and for me I get that best with a little lighter weight and higher volume. I do notice as I've gotten older, the less "sloppy" I can allow myself to be during a lift. Form is paramount with deads.
      i have started doing muscle rounds with mine for safety. you take a weight you can do for 15 reps with perfect form. then you do 6 sets of 4 with it. you do a set wait 10 sec and then do another until you have all 6 sets done. great and safe technique
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      I never go heavy. At most 1/2 my max or less. I have a really light frame. add some AAS and I get real strong and that is a combo for me getting hurt. train smarter not heavier I say.
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