hello, whenever i deadlift, i'm OUT for the next 2-3 days, which is getting in the way of my football and lacrosse practices. i was wondering if there's a way to increase the deadlift without doing balls to the walls dealdifting.
*i can't do a speed day because my legs are too tired after lacrosse and football.
*i pull sumo(max is between 350 and 360@169lbs)
*i squat(alternate front and back) on another day, and do olympic lifting since i get it free from my school since they want us to power clean with good form. i leg curl on the squat day. i do chin ups another day too.
*i log my deadlift day as "posterior chain and back day" on my split because i don't have many days to workout(football and lacrosse)
this is what i'm thinking to do.
(1.singles with sumo deadlift up to a weight that moderately difficult but form is still solid.(just to remember technique, it would go like:225x1, 245x1, 275x1, 295x1,315x1 done)
(2. good mornings:2 sets ramped(i always do this, ex:155x7/170x5)
(3.romanian deadlift:3 sets ramped(ex:185x5/205x5/225x5)
(4.seated cable rows:(somexsome for 5-8 reps)
(5.t bar rows:(somexsome for 8-12 reps)
(6.rear delt flyes:(somexsome for 10-15 reps)
my question is, would this work, or is it idiotic?
also, once lacrosse and football is over(oct 2011! =( , i'm going to add a speed day!