Okay, first message, so I expect you will be wanting some background.
First, I’ve been reading T-Nation for about a year and a half now. And I’ve been training seriously for about a year and a half now.
I have dicked around with weights before. I’m fifteen and started lifting in the middle of the eighth grade.
I was genetically pre-disposed to lift heavy objects. I can’t really show you with pictures because I don’t have a camera at my disposal, but I can give some evidence to that rather audacious statement with some family background. All of my family did some type of job involving hard labour. Lumberjacking, bricklaying, masonry, quarry working, metalworking, or more recently construction in general.
Now that we have all that BS dealt with, heres the problem. I was trying to hit a personal record the other day, and I have no problem getting it off the floor it’s smack in the middle of the lift. That’s the problem.
1, 2, 3, lift. Going easy. This is going to be sweet… awesome, awesome. Then it’s like I hit an effing brick wall. Exactly midway the lift I stall and I just can’t seem to break it.
I’m not exactly sure what problem that may be. All I’m looking for is some advice to deal with this problem.
I’ve had problems with bench and squat, and I managed to find all of my answers with various articles on T-Nation, but I haven’t found this one yet.
And the real thing is that, that point in the deadlift, is the hardest for me when just deadlifting, but I usually just man myself through it. To me, that personal best I was trying to hit, I should have been able to hit it.
I’m 15, 6’1 and exactly 205.3 lbs.
And about 16 days ago, my bodyfat was around 11 percent. I know, I had someone check, this isn’t a guestimation.