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    Senior Member kornmong's Avatar
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    Deadlift 200kgs / 440lbs x 5 reps :)

    Did this a few weeks back

    I know there touch and go and pretty straight legged lol but im still happy with this even if a little sloppy

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    What do you people think?

    Thanks Cya
    Bodyweight : 195 - Height: 5' 9

    Current lifts:
    DL - 490 x 1 - 462 x 4 ... Nearly 500 so close
    BS - 374 x 1 - 330 x 5
    BP - 302 x 1 - 258 x 5, 225 x 10
    BR - 231 x 1 - 209 x 5
    PP - 220 x 1 - 198 x 4

    My journal: http://www.wannabebigforums.com/show...=108252&page=3

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    Strong deadlifting man. Aside from the touch and go, my form looks exactly like yours. I found when I made it more like a stiff leg deadlift that I could lift it much easier.

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    last one seemed grindy but it's all good. have you ever tried sumo stance?

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    last one seemed grindy
    What does this even mean or matter?

    Solid set kornmong.
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    nice strong work

    and there = they're - sorry, just had to. haha

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    Think they looked great and there is no need to even try sumo. That is your stance and style. You are good for much more than 467. Probably close to 500.

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    Thanks for the comments at the time i was only going for one but i wanted some new pr so i made one lol
    Bodyweight : 195 - Height: 5' 9

    Current lifts:
    DL - 490 x 1 - 462 x 4 ... Nearly 500 so close
    BS - 374 x 1 - 330 x 5
    BP - 302 x 1 - 258 x 5, 225 x 10
    BR - 231 x 1 - 209 x 5
    PP - 220 x 1 - 198 x 4

    My journal: http://www.wannabebigforums.com/show...=108252&page=3

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    Great pulling man!

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    I allways thought my deadlift kinda sucked. Now im sure it does.
    5'9". 34.-----------------------------BEST LIFTS-----------------------GOALS
    Bodyweight-------------------------BE 280 x 1------------------------BE 300 x 1
    Jan 2009: 151 lbs----------------SQ 365 x 2-----------------------SQ 400 x 1
    Jan 2010: 221 lbs----------------DL 405 x 1------------------------DL 500 x 1
    Current: 214 lbs
    bulking again -- working on my DL

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