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    Hey guys.. just thought I'd say that today i finally deadlifted 405...i know this isn't much compared to a lot of what people are lifting back here but I slowly got back into them after a back injury...hopefully this number will continue to grow!!!!


  2. congrats. 4 plates is a great milestone.
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  3. Good job!!!

    Always pay attention to maintaining the strictest form possible. This may mean slower poundage increases but in the long run it is worth it.

    If you can stay focused 495 will be conquered next!!!

  4. Thanks a lot guys, it felt great to get that weight up finally. Form was not textbook, but was done pretty well. No hitching or rounding out the back, but took me a second or too to get it through the sticking point.

    Hey Beez, when did you get through the 405 point? Age 12?

  5. Great job man. 405 is a big number
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by MiKeY ReSp
    Thanks a lot guys, it felt great to get that weight up finally. Form was not textbook, but was done pretty well. No hitching or rounding out the back, but took me a second or too to get it through the sticking point.

    Hey Beez, when did you get through the 405 point? Age 12?
    hardly, i remember not too long ago being in awe of the guys that could dead 405. couldn't have been more than 2-3 years ago. once you get that form down, your dead just takes off on it's on. the thing that has helped mine the most is heavy ATG squats and good mornings.

  7. The goatee has to help too. That thing just screams bad ass

  8. the goattee is a counter balance to keep me from toppling over backwards.

  9. My low back hurts just reading the thread!!! LOL

    (But today it really does hurt)

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    hardly, i remember not too long ago being in awe of the guys that could dead 405. couldn't have been more than 2-3 years ago. once you get that form down, your dead just takes off on it's on. the thing that has helped mine the most is heavy ATG squats and good mornings.
    Yep, I was one of those guys a few weeks ago I think my recent introduction of high rep lunges and heavier front squatting might have contributed as well, but who knows. As for good mornings, a restful night of sleep has always helped my deadlift too. It's a ***** to do them on day im feeling down. J/K...I'm actually going to give some :good: a try this week. They just scare the **** out of me as it looks like they can really **** your back up if you do them wrong. I'm going to try to get one of the trainers in my gym to show me how to do them properly instead of learning the hard way.

    Quote Originally Posted by glg
    My low back hurts just reading the thread!!! LOL

    (But today it really does hurt)
    . Yep, mine is pretty sore too, although the traps are reallllllyyy on fire. I'm sure my back will be screaming after the good mornings!

  11. MMI Power Training

    here's a vid of G-S performing them. that's how i learned em.

  12. Quote Originally Posted by MiKeY ReSp
    Hey guys.. just thought I'd say that today i finally deadlifted 405...i know this isn't much compared to a lot of what people are lifting back here but I slowly got back into them after a back injury...hopefully this number will continue to grow!!!!
    Congrats man!! Thats definately a big milestone. I just hit 405 probably 4 months ago and last week I got 515, so stick with it and Im sure you'll be continue to pack on the pounds. I completely agree that form is critical. If your form sucks, an injury will definately get you eventually.

  13. I'd break my neck with good mornings of that size. You would call mine Good Nights or Someonecallthe****ingmedicsfor the loveofGod.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    MMI Power Training

    here's a vid of G-S performing them. that's how i learned em.
    Thanks a lot Beelz! I'm really going to start incorporating them into my split now...That site seems to have a lot of good information lying around!

  15. of course it does, i'm an admin there

  16. Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    of course it does, i'm an admin there
    he misspelled "fairy" as "admin" .. pay him no mind


    and congrats man! that really is a milestone in my opinion .. stick with it you'll pull 495 before you know it! .. great job buddy

  17. Quote Originally Posted by glenihan
    he misspelled "fairy" as "admin" .. pay him no mind


    and congrats man! that really is a milestone in my opinion .. stick with it you'll pull 495 before you know it! .. great job buddy
    Thanks a lot Glen, I've been trying for quite a while to get that damn bar up lol. But hard work finally paid off! LOL funny you said that, because that was the first thing that came to mind. Immediately after I deadlifted it I was like ..."Damn, I want to pull 5 plates" lol. I always find myself saying things of these sort when when I set a PR. But I guess thats the whole point and fun of doing it, isn't it?

    I'm sure it will not be too far away before you pull 600 yourself there big guy. By the looks of your training and diet I'm sure it will come faster than you expect. And you sure are one strong dude to be moving that kind of weight and staying that lean as well! I think most of the people in the iron game wouldn't mind be shredded and strong:bb:

    Thanks a lot everyone again for the encouragement here guys. I have found so much useful information and even moral support here. Good job AM!!:bruce3:

  18. Damn good job man. Im still working on getting that.

  19. Quote Originally Posted by ugab37
    Congrats man!! Thats definately a big milestone. I just hit 405 probably 4 months ago and last week I got 515, so stick with it and Im sure you'll be continue to pack on the pounds. I completely agree that form is critical. If your form sucks, an injury will definately get you eventually.
    I remember how stoked i was when i when i hit 405 in the summer, then 415 with a hitch in september. Now that i've got my form down, and have been doing deeper squats, I hit 480 just last week.

    keep up the awesome work

  20. Congrats dude. I just hit 405 myself, and only after a little less then a year n a half of training! Keep it up!!

  21. Huge congrats man! I know the feeling, I just hit it about 3 months ago, and as of today, hit 480 once, for two sets...They just take off! Keep chasing 5 plates man!

  22. Gratz on 4 plates. Keep up your core work and don't go overboard on deadlifting cause it taxes the hell out of your CNS then 5 plates and no flesh left on your shins will happen in no time.

  23. Theres no better feeling than being able to slap another plate on the bar then kicking its ass.

  24. Congrats on the 4 plates. I do all the big compound lifts but for me nothing compares to deadlifts. It requires a lot of total body strength but also a ton of mental strength. The first time you hit a milestone like 4 plates it feels so heavy. But then the next time you pull you already know you can lift it so you go up to the bar with more confidence, knowing hey, I can do this. I seems it took forever for me to get to 4 plates but once I did it the first time it quickly became an easy lift that could be done for reps. Then 5 plates was the same way. Used to think “No way I can ever get five plates” but once I did it the first time, I never missed that lift again and now on a good day I can get 2-3 reps. 6 plates….well….I will let you know when I get there. One of the things I love so much about deads is that you can really get psyched up before a lift and then rip the bar off the floor. Compare that to a heavy squat and no matter how mentally prepared and amped you get, you still feel that weight on the way down and it is hard to not to think OMG…this is HEAVY. With deads it is easier to sneak up on it. By the time your mind/body tries to tell you this is heavy the bar is already passing your knees and then there is no looking back.

  25. I agree, once you get it the first time, it is yours. I got up to 435 last summer, and layed off going heavy for a while. About a month ago I put on 405 to see if I could still get it, and it went right up. I am going to have to push for the 5 plates one of these days.

    Congrats...
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