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  • deadlifts 8,4 how much weight do you add?

    when you do your first set of 8 reps, how much weight do you add to the bar for your final set of 4 reps?

  • #2
    65lbs for smith deads and 45lbs for regular deads

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    • #3
      I use a 40lb - 50lb differnce for deads from the floor.

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      • #4
        50lbs....
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        • #5
          my difference is about 40 lbs but i do 6 and 4 reps

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          • #6
            you guys that have a 40lbs difference...so you're throwing on two 10lb plates per side?I rarely mess with the nickle and dime plates and just go with the 25's
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            • #7
              Originally posted by FrigginHuge
              you guys that have a 40lbs difference...so you're throwing on two 10lb plates per side?I rarely mess with the nickle and dime plates and just go with the 25's
              i figure what ever weight can go up is whats going on the bar. that and im pretty sure you use heavier weights than most

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              • #8
                Yeah perhaps.I get pretty ambitious with my weight jumps especially on a lift like deadlifts.

                Actually Dante was the one who told me once not to be so conservative and to take some chances when it came time to blast....For example if Im doing Chest...lets take Incline Smith for example....my rep range is 11-15RP for this lift and if I get closer to 15 then the next time around I'll usually go for a 50lb weight jump.....which will bring me back down to a hard hard set of 11RP if Im even able to make it to that many....
                Last edited by Massive G; 11-04-2004, 01:52 PM.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by FrigginHuge
                  Yeah perhaps.I get pretty ambitious with my weight jumps especially on a lift like deadlifts.

                  Actually Dante was the one who told me once not to be so conservative and to take some chances when it came time to blast....For example if Im doing Chest...lets take Incline Smith for example....my rep range is 11-15RP for this lift and if I get closer to 15 then the next time around I'll usually go for a 50lb weight jump.....which will bring me back down to a hard hard set of 11RP if Im even able to make it to that many....
                  50lbs for chest and you only lose 5 reps now thats pretty impressive, that happens when i add 20.

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                  • #10
                    Last time I added 33lbs (15 kilos) for the 4 rep set,.... keep in mind that 33lbs is a big increase for me considering my weak strength, I rest pretty much after the first set so I'm able to add a lot.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Egill
                      Last time I added 33lbs (15 kilos) for the 4 rep set,.... keep in mind that 33lbs is a big increase for me considering my weak strength, I rest pretty much after the first set so I'm able to add a lot.
                      as long as it keeps going up then its all good

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                      • #12
                        Usually 50-90, or just throw another plate on each side
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by FrigginHuge
                          you guys that have a 40lbs difference...so you're throwing on two 10lb plates per side?I rarely mess with the nickle and dime plates and just go with the 25's
                          Uk. means we do kilos. 10kg plate is 22lbs.

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