What do you rep your deadlifts?
02-10-2007 10:07 AM
What do you rep your deadlifts?
Do you let the weight completely rest on the floor? Do you gently touch it against the floor? Do you slam it against the floor?
02-10-2007 10:09 AM
I'll stop and lift it just before it touches the ground.
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02-10-2007 10:12 AM
^^^I'm the same way, but curious to see if others do it deferently.
02-10-2007 10:34 AM
I stop right before the weight hits the floor, but on the last rep or two, I may leave it on the floor, take a few seconds, and pull the ***** up again...or at least try to anyway.
02-10-2007 10:05 PM
I rest it on the floor. This is the best for strength gains as getting it of the floor is the hardest for most people. Training with a bounce might be better for muscle gains because you will get more reps.
02-11-2007 01:31 AM
that's a pretty good philosophy.
I tend to rest it on the floor when I do heavier sets with 4 reps or less.
02-11-2007 07:36 AM
I usually let it rest on the ground for a second and reset my grip. The weight tends to slam the ground hard though, since I get kind of get light-headed when I reach the top of my rep on the heavier weight =/
02-12-2007 07:24 AM
I saw some kids causing tremors while deadlifting. I thought there was an earthquake, but it was just them trying to build up as much elastic momentum as possible to maintain their egos.
02-12-2007 07:32 AM
Binging on Pure ****ing Rage
I don't slam, I touch gently and then go. I'm like others, I rest pause the last 4 reps. If I am doing heavy weights like 580+ I'll usually rest on all reps...
02-12-2007 08:13 AM
I let the weight resume its starting position(the ground), wait 2 seconds , lift and hold 2 seconds at the top. Repeat until nausea.
Is there any other way? :dl:
02-12-2007 04:59 PM
191cm, 98kg (6'3, 215lb)
I lower it to the ground, rest it for half a second to a second then bring it back up.
02-14-2007 02:35 PM
their called DEADlifts for a reason
02-14-2007 02:42 PM
rollin' on dubs!
im with mullet for the most part. ill gently touch the weight on the floor before attempting my next rep. the eccentric part of the movement is usually pretty slow and completely controlled for me. i was unaware that so many people rest the weight on the floor. the first rep is always the hardest and every single rep would be identical to that zero momentum starting rep. why would anyone wanna do that ouch! ill have to give it a try next time. however, with rack pulls, i do rest the weight.
02-17-2007 07:28 AM
I touch down, but don't stop unless my grip is slipping. Controled on the way down though so no slamming.
02-20-2007 06:26 PM
I rest the weight every time - Seems logical.
02-23-2007 07:44 PM
funny ive been here a while and never heard of you where the hell have i been???
Originally Posted by Ziricote
02-24-2007 10:33 PM
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Im a big anti-deadlifting moron.
Due to injury. But back when I did them in my early twenties I would set the bar on the ground, release, return to verticle then bend back down, grab bar, lift and repeat.
02-24-2007 11:35 PM
Could be worse, you could be a tiny anti-deadlifting moron. It's good to be optimistic about these sort of situations. As I recall from another thread, CDB was saying your way is techinically "the proper way" to deadlift.
Originally Posted by bpmartyr
03-01-2007 03:46 PM
is it cool to deadlift like two times a week?
03-01-2007 03:52 PM
She thinks my traps'rrrr sexy!
Originally Posted by Chad
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