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    I've never really done deadlift due to tje fact that apparently your waist gets bigger, but my back and traps are lacking now so I've decided im gunna incorporate the deadlift.

    My question is... is it just as simple as 3 sets of 10? Or 5 sets of 5? Im training for hypertrophy. What percentage of my 1RM etc... cheers

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    just start low tbh

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    100% of your 1RM x 2 reps x 5 sets
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    deadlifting and hypertrophy lol
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    Well yeah, im obviously not as clued up on things as you. So advice would be grateful Jonathan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meyer Lansky View Post
    100% of your 1RM x 2 reps x 5 sets
    sounds terrifying

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldskl View Post
    just start low tbh
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    i'd do 1 warm up set followed by 2 more as heavy as you can go until failure
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    Thanks all! I'm not that weak whilst deadlifting (I don't think anyway) I've done 150kg before when I wanted to see what my 1RM would be, thanks for the advice people

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Travolta View Post
    deadlifting and hypertrophy lol
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    I've never really done deadlift due to tje fact that apparently your waist gets bigger, but my back and traps are lacking now so I've decided im gunna incorporate the deadlift.

    My question is... is it just as simple as 3 sets of 10? Or 5 sets of 5? Im training for hypertrophy. What percentage of my 1RM etc... cheers
    3x10 is more suited to training for sarcoplasmic hypertrophy. 5x5 more for strength. However I'm not sure if deadlifts are the best exercise if you're going for bodybuilding
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    I think the best thing to do is 2 warm up set of 5 reps, increase weight then 3 reps, increase weight and then do 2 reps and now your working weight with 5 reps and thats it.

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    i recommend you to just start with lighter weight because you cant take so much chances with deadlift,

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    It is a total lower body exercise and it helps to get flat abs quickly. And regular dead-lifts primarily work your lower back. It is a phenomenal exercise for core strength,.,.

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