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09-06-2003, 10:15 AM
Does anyone else shake as they reach the top of their deadlift?
Is it dangerous to shake a lot and continue to pull as you near lock-out?
09-08-2003, 09:32 PM
Your level of neural fatigue is high, for the sake of being able to train the lift frequently, terminate the set at that point, and move on.
the exercise i shake most on is leg extensions for high reps.
not much of a powerlifting exercise, but its the on i shake most on. however I do not shake on sqauts or deads, may be as the weight pulling me done makes it to hard to shake around.
09-12-2003, 03:22 PM
How long have you been lifting Nate? If you're kinda new to the game, then don't take the shaking to be a big deal. As you keep lifting and increase your ability to create a "mind/body connection", you'll see less and less of this. As silles said, you're currently experiencing neural fatigue sooner than muscular fatigue.
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