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Deadlift sticking point..

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by Mikeultra, Oct 24, 2005.

  1. Mikeultra Yellow Belt

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    My main sticking point for the DL is basically at the floor. Should I start doing them standinf on a Box? Plates?Ect..? Any other tips would be cool too (I'm lookin at you Carnal since I'm never on AIM anymore)
     
  2. Mark Limbaga Amateur Fighter

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    Use smaller plater when you dead. Improve your posterior chain strength which means adding glute ham raises/reverse hypers/pull-throughs would be a good idea.
     
  3. gruesome Green Belt

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    front squats.
     
  4. rEmY Needs to eat more

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    what these guys said ^^^

    you could also throw in some speed deadlifts depending on your routine.
     
  5. OZ1972 Orange Belt

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    Training with 25lbs discs will improve your starting point but, my question is, when you tried passing that sticking point, do you rep it out easily? because if not it means that, maybe, you are doing more weight that you can handle.
     
  6. CoachB40 White Belt

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    These tips are useful, but it may be your form from the start. The bottom is always the easiest place to lose form. Have someone who knows how to DL watch you.
     
  7. Fedorable Continues without supporting Sherdog.

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    I just started this to improve my sticking point and I was sore for 5 days. When using 45's I don't get sore anymore. Amazing how a slight rom change can effect things.
     
  8. peanut butter Blue Belt

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    i started a similar thread a few weeks ago. i think deep front squats are the best, and i included some straight leg lockouts as well. sort of isolating the different parts of the lifts. how flexible are you?
     

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