My problem is this: Next month my gym is going to be closed for summer, opens again in September.
My only chance is to train at home, but there aren’t enough weight for deadlifting. About 55-60% of my 1rm, if lucky I can get 70% but that’s still too way to low. Is there any way to increase my max?
Or at least keep it same, but it would be better to up it a bit?[/quote]
50% is enough for speed work, and probably enough for good mornings(if you have a way of getting the bar on your back).
You could also try pulling off a 3-4 inch block, to make the pull longer and therefore require less weight for a good training session.
RDL’s would also be handy, as would dimel deadlifts, all of which require way less poundage than your conventional pull.
Another option would be to focus on the style of pulling you normally do not do ie. conventional or sumo. You will not be as strong the way you are not familiar with, so again the lack of weight becomes less of a problem.
Get creative and you will be able to maintain and probably increase your deadlift.