Hey man, good to hear that you’ve decided to focus on your deadlift again.
I’m not sure how you’ve been treating the rep ranges in your deadlift training until now, but the best way to deadlift heavy is… To deadlift heavy. I mean heavy singles, doubles and triples. If you’ve been using higher rep ranges as part of your bodybuilding training until now, you should make steady and quick improvements by going for lower, heavier reps. Afterwards, when you plateau out, you can begin to worry about advanced techniques and assistance exercises – although I assume you’ll be OK in the latter as you’ve probably been targeting the posterior chain in various ways as part of your bodybuilding-type program.
That said, there are a ton of programs out there that can help you out. 5/3/1 is a good starting point, although there really isn’t a lot of room in there for heavy singles per se until the third or fourth cycle when your original max begins to catch up with you.[/quote]
good answer man