Your deadlift has plateaued at such a LOW number because your well over 6 feet and weigh 190. That is the reason. Power cleans are not going to help you. But dude seriously, who cares?! I mean at your height/weight I bet you have like “mega hawt abz”! Right Bro?!!!
This is bullshit. your height and weight are not necessarily the factor. Lots of guys with the same stats have much bigger deadlifts. It’s impossible to know what you need without knowing anything else about your training or where you are failing in the deadlift. You could need more work at the top end or more work at the bottom. You might be weak in the hamstrings/glutes, or in the back or maybe even in your grip. rows, pullups, GHR, good mornings, RDL, grip work, could all help you increase your dealift. Hell, you may be weak in your core and you may need more ab work, ab wheel, weighted sit ups, side bends are all good.
your original post is a bit incomplete. also, power cleans are good for you anyway. do them.[/quote]It’s not bullshit. I understand that their are people that exist, that are extremely strong and skinny (and if you’re denying 6’3/190lbs isn’t skinny just forget about it, there’s no point). And sure, he might have weak areas and other issues that need specific attention. However, I’ve got a real big hunch if our skinny friend became not skinny, I bet he wouldn’t have to be puzzled by the “inexplicable” cause of his profound weakness,
I’ve never seen anyone gain 200lbs on their deadlift, by implementing a magic auxiliary exercise. They have their place, dont get me wrong, and can be useful, especially for mid-intermidiate-advance lifters. But this guy’s deadlift is 315. Gaining weight is a part of the progression of strength, I’m sorry this is the way the universe works. I hope this is “complete” enough for you.
It was his OP that was incomplete, yours is wrong based on the absolute way that you stated the answer. The cliche tnation answer is eat more and shut up but it’s not true 315 is a small dl and he can just keep lifting and add a bit of aux work and get stronger.
Gaining weight is not the clear answer. there is a lot more to factor than his height, weight and the lbs lifted. Time lifting, aux work, bf% all matter and without that there is no answer for OP.
The reason I disagree with your response is that it is a blanket statement i.e., if your 6 foot 190 and your deadlift is stalled at 315, just eat and problem solved.
OP needs to accurately assess his lifting and report back.