Isometric training is often overlooked, especially in deadlifts. I initially rejected it as inapplicable to traditional isotonic strength training, but I was wrong.
The good thing about using an Isometric Deadlift is that you can create maximum power in each section of your lift, which is never possible. As long as the bar is in motion, it will be duplicated.
There are several ways to do this with deadlifting, depending on how your fitness center is set up. I like setting up an empty bar in a stocky cage with the pins at tibia level, but above the bar instead of below it.
Firmly pull the bar into the pins and try to lift the entire squat cage off the bar floor (assuming you can not – make sure!). Hold this setting for 10-15 seconds and use pauses of 60 seconds. Then move the pens to a higher level and repeat the process. You can do this on almost any part of the deadlift's range of motion to boost the entire ROM.
If you do not have a cage, just load a dumbbell on the floor, around 150% of your 1RM – or a weight that you're sure you can not move – and do the same.
Place this heavy barbell on a few blocks or steps to get a higher pull position and repeat the process. Then use higher blocks or steps. You have the idea. Do it once a week in addition to your regular deadlift training.
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