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steve32Icondeadlifts for reps05-05-2017 @ 14:53 
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Post Edited: 05.05.2017 @ 14:56 PM by steve32
Hi troops ,always been pish at reps on floor deads,most comps at I compete at or have in the past have always been up to 260k for reps,maybe a daft question but If it was use wd use stick to just floor deads and build up slowly or add other stuff in if ur main goal was just reps from floor,cheers.All mu other lifts are flying but floor dead has always been my weak point and stops me competing
dannyboy73Icon...05-05-2017 @ 19:28 
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Dont let 1 event stop you competeing young fella.

I have a Crock shoulder and would never have competed based on not being able to do the 105 log (105k log for reps which was the fashion in the noughties!)

I would never have had so much fun and showed off what I was good at. Hell I was good a farmers and Yolk in my 30s.

In summary, just go for it. F deadlift its only 1 movement.
steve32Icon...05-05-2017 @ 19:54 
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dannyboy73 said:Dont let 1 event stop you competeing young fella.

I have a Crock shoulder and would never have competed based on not being able to do the 105 log (105k log for reps which was the fashion in the noughties!)

I would never have had so much fun and showed off what I was good at. Hell I was good a farmers and Yolk in my 30s.

In summary, just go for it. F deadlift its only 1 movement.

thanks man
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