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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    Training For Heavy DL

    Looking for advice on training to push my DL max up over 400lb. I am 5'7, 138lb and have a max DL of 325lb. I don't use supplements and pretty much follow a healthy poor mans diet(eat what I can afford, when I can afford it) definitely a healthy diet but more from the garden then the grocery. My current training regiment revolves around heavy Kettlebell presses(6 sets of 1 to 6 reps depending on weight) and DL(6 sets 2 reps between 275 and 310) but I only go for my max once every 2 or 3 weeks. Any advice for how to go about hitting that 415lb goal without breaking my back in the process? Thanks
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    if you're not keen on following a routine I would just incorporate some rack pulls, and some good mornings and stop maxing out so much.
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    consistency and intensity.

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    ^^ What he said and also heavy standing ab work. Also, more FOOOOODDDDD!!!

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    It depends where your weakness is... where do you fail on a pull? Work that spot.

    I would also add some basic work for overall strength.... SQUATS! rack pulls or pulls against bands, leg press, rows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by North Country View Post
    Looking for advice on training to push my DL max up over 400lb. I am 5'7, 138lb and have a max DL of 325lb. I don't use supplements and pretty much follow a healthy poor mans diet(eat what I can afford, when I can afford it) definitely a healthy diet but more from the garden then the grocery. My current training regiment revolves around heavy Kettlebell presses(6 sets of 1 to 6 reps depending on weight) and DL(6 sets 2 reps between 275 and 310) but I only go for my max once every 2 or 3 weeks. Any advice for how to go about hitting that 415lb goal without breaking my back in the process? Thanks
    N.C.
    What is your current sticking point on the deadlift (stuck on the floor, at the knees, lockout)?

    Also, do you do any accessory work such as box squats, good mornings, etc.?
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    stiff legged deads off plates, defecit deads, reverse hypers, rack pulls 3 diff levels, leg press(on pull day as ass ex), gm's, shrugs

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