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The Deadlift Challenge: Week 1

by steve81570 in Challenges

Max as tested on 10/01/2015- 220 kgs Week 1: 75% of max (165 kgs) 4 sets of 5 reps 165 kgs (72.5 kgs each side plus a 20 kg Olympic bar) The build-up to a new max in ten [read more]

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