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    Hi guys. I recently got a new iRM on my deadlift - 170kg - whihc I was delighted with. However Id like to get it to 200kg which would be a 2xBW lift. What exercises should I be doing to help build my deadlift

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    In order to break a barrier you have to take on your weakness head on. Deadlift and Deadlifts
    utilize periodization
    utilize intensity techniques
    sometimes get rid of DL's and do rack deads to help lockout and deficits to help build your hammies and glutes, but nothing replaces a deadlift.
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    You should doing the deadlift and deadlift again. And to persevere.

    Some exercises that I found help the deadlift are: glute ham raise, farmer walks, squats ( especially front squats).

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    Barbell hip thrusts seem to be a forgotten exercise with immense carryover to deads.

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    cheers for the advice guys. Couple questions though. Periodization? Intensity techniques?

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    I started doing hyper extensions, and stiff leg dead lift... which has really help me a add more weight. Like anything else, it takes time.Try those and keep working on technique in order to keep the muscles coordinated in gaining strength in the lift. Here's a great post as well that may also help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by niallohagan View Post
    cheers for the advice guys. Couple questions though. Periodization? Intensity techniques?
    Did you ever learn about google.com

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Periodization

    http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/bbin...=Periodization

    Intensity techniques = Drop Sets, Accumulations, rest pause sets etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LayzieBone085 View Post
    Did you ever learn about google.com

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Periodization

    http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/bbin...=Periodization

    Intensity techniques = Drop Sets, Accumulations, rest pause sets etc.
    why bother with google when Ive got all the expert advice I need here????
    Cheers though

 

 

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