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Excerpt: My deadlift has gotten to 4 plates then stalled out, Iíve stunk at deadlifts for a while now, maybe it is due to my short limbs I dunno. But it is one of my weaker lifts. I was thinking of gradually adding a little weight every 5 days when I do them to trick the body that way. Or is there another trick you recommend

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    deadlift and stalling

    My deadlift has gotten to 4 plates then stalled out, Iíve stunk at deadlifts for a while now, maybe it is due to my short limbs I dunno. But it is one of my weaker lifts. I was thinking of gradually adding a little weight every 5 days when I do them to trick the body that way. Or is there another trick you recommend

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    Re: deadlift and stalling

    Like any exercise you just have to Implement progressive overload to success and get better. That means continuously pushing to increase workload, reps and/or weight
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    Re: deadlift and stalling

    You should keep at this weight for a few months then add 2.5lbs every few weeks to get up there in weight

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    Re: deadlift and stalling

    that strategy may work in the short term but it will not work long term. not how our bodies are built and if it was true you could just add a little weight weekly and after 5 years be able to lift 1000 pounds like magic.

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    Re: deadlift and stalling

    Quote Quote posted by raneyer View Post
    My deadlift has gotten to 4 plates then stalled out, Iíve stunk at deadlifts for a while now, maybe it is due to my short limbs I dunno. But it is one of my weaker lifts. I was thinking of gradually adding a little weight every 5 days when I do them to trick the body that way. Or is there another trick you recommend
    bro i clapped 500 yesterday on the deadlift RAW. you gotta hit it hard

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    Re: deadlift and stalling

    Quote Quote posted by raneyer View Post
    My deadlift has gotten to 4 plates then stalled out, Iíve stunk at deadlifts for a while now, maybe it is due to my short limbs I dunno. But it is one of my weaker lifts. I was thinking of gradually adding a little weight every 5 days when I do them to trick the body that way. Or is there another trick you recommend
    Isn't adding weight, even a little every 5 days, kinda what you're supposed to do? How's that different from normal progression?

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    Progressive overload

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    Re: deadlift and stalling

    I would probably take a week or 2 off of doing deadlifts, then start with a slightly lower weight and add 5lbs each time you lift. You will gradually work up from there.
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