Adding 100lbs On Your Deadlift

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Old 11-30-2016, 06:22 PM
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Hi guys, I'm looking for some general advice on weight lifting belts. I came across this article today: Adding 100lbs On Your Deadlift and was looking for any advice.

I'm currently stuck at 395lbs for my deadlift and it's been close to two months now. I've tried deloading twice and there was no results. Really trying to hit 405lbs (4 plates). So I was wonder if anyone tried a weight lifting belt before? Have you added on significant weight to your deadlift? I'm not looking for 100lbs more, that would be nice, but I know that can't be done easily at my current weight. I'm looking for something more of 10 - 20lbs tops at the moment.
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Old 01-05-2017, 11:29 PM
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Well I know of another way to quickly add a lot of weight to your deadlift quickly and safely. And that is to wear a belt and wear it correctly. I've been trying to decide on which to get from this list here Best Weight Lifting Belts Reviews | PowerliftingBelts.org but still undecided.

I've also found that by doing the correct breathing to create more support around your back can also help to increase the volume that you can lift.
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