In addition, have you tried things like rack pulls, deficit deads, etc?
Where is your sticking point? Can you get the weight off the ground or not? Can you go to lockout or not? What do you mean that you’re not progressing?[/quote]
No offense, but I don’t think a guy deadlifting 335x5 needs to worry that much about sticking points, unless of course we see some GLARING weak points, such as zero leg development.
Which is why OP should be posting pics, and other stats of course…[/quote]
I completely I agree with you. I don’t think I need to worry about “weak points” because my whole body is weak haha.
Here’s a video of me doing some deads so if you guys have any ideas on how to improve my form let me know (this was for 5 reps but the camera cut short):
My other best lifts that would be relevant to deadlifts are box squat 280x7, weighted chins 55x7, and db rows 100 x 12
My routine looks somethine like this:
Monday- Bench + assistance
Wed-Squats + assistance
Fri-Military Press + assistance
Monday-Deadlifts + assistance
Wed- Bench + assistance
Currently as assistance for deadlifts I do leg press, glute ham raises, and weighted ab work. On squat days for assistance I do romanian deadlifts, lunges, and weighted ab work.
I don’t think diet is an issue. I’m eating 300 grams of protein a day and around 4000 calories a day. My weight has been the same for the last couple of months (around 185-190 at 5’8").
I’m currently not trying to gain any weight because I think I need to get stronger at my current weight before I try to bulk more.
Let me know if you have any suggestions