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    Default How fast to load up after recovering from injury? Deadlifts

    I did deadlift for first time last night after 2 months without. Actually, technically it was a rack pull from knee height.

    I did 3 sets of 5 reps... only went light at 40kg.

    How fast do you recommend i load up? I was at 1x5 @110kg when i injured my lower back....

    I am also trying to activate my hamstrings and glutes... sports doctor recommended for me doing pilates.... it has definitely helped.... done about 5 classes.





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    Slow and steady.
    Try 5kg per session and see how it feels.
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    What does your coach say?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrek View Post
    Slow and steady.
    Try 5kg per session and see how it feels.
    Nice, will do.


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    If you increase your training max by 5kg every 3 weeks then after 1 year you'll go from 150kg to 235kg and up to 320kg in two years

    One of the biggest mistakes I made was trying to progress too fast - I never got injured but I sure lost my momentum and getting started again when you've stopped at 280kg is difficult. I went from 180kg to 270kg in a year and it took another two years to get to 280kg
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