So I've Always Looked at the deadlift as an exercise where you need a lot of focus and control. I feel like its the holy grail for strength gains when moving larger poundages for sets of 10 all the way down to singles. Recently a friend of mine told me about this Deads till your dead workout he did at his crossfit gym where basically you use a tabata (for time) style or rep scheme. If that's what you want to call it..
Ive seen the over eager nerd in my gym doing sumo deadlifts for reps dropping the weight and rocketing up over and over and to me I feel like this is non-beneficial for actual size and strength gains. I feel like after that much volume form would break down too much..
Let me hear your thoughts on why or why you don't think this is a good Idea.