Deadlift #'s and your methods

Discussion in 'Training Forum' started by CAswole, Jun 20, 2016.

  1. Cleant1

    Cleant1 Member

    Meh, it's just about starting. We all started somewhere; it's the dedication to be consistent that's admirable and respected. Look at my log.. my numbers are a joke (literally just starting out), but I a progressing fast, and will be up with the big boys eventually.

    Let that humbling feeling be the motivation to never. fucking. stop.
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  2. technik

    technik Member

    Never stop is good advice. I lifted from when I was 18 until I was 22 or 23 and stopped. Now I'm almost 28 and really kicking myself.

    Any progress and PR feels amazing and I feel like my strength is returning fast but I had been getting close to four plates on deadlift, years ago, now my 1RM is 255 lol. That's a back injury later, but still.

    Thanks for the kind words though, I'll give your log a look