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Old 05-13-2008, 11:33 AM   #21
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Ok thanks for the pointers. I might video tape my self when I try it next time. That way I can make sure I'm using the proper form. I don't want to through out my back and be on the couch for the next month. I'm switching up my lifting schedule so I will be completing dead lifts tomorrow. Iíll let you guys know how it goes.
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Well if you are ironing out form then it should be with a weight that requires proper form but is not so heavy as to pose a danger. If it's so heavy it could actually blow out your back it would be too heavy to learn proper form on. Just use a moderate weight with sets of 3 or so which will enable you to practice form while maintaining good quality. Once you have it nailed down, you can increase volume a bit.

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Well I performed dead lifts today. It felt a lot different than the first time. Felt it working all of my legs and my entire back, but comfortable through the whole movement. I completed one set with a very moderate weight like you suggested and then bumped it up to make it challenging. Thanks for all the help guys.
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