best thing to do then is to invest in the foam roller man. i can not empasize that enough, you will thank me, this is functional training. buy it, its like 45 bucks and it will help you so much. your goal deadlift can be accomplished, its not unrealistic. the foam roller is basically self myofacia relief.
Your muscle is surrounded by tissue, just like selofaine, its caled facia. you basically roll is specific mmovement, and rush blood/nutrients to the area your working. imagine the anatomical view of your bicep. nice smooth long fibers. what you might have is a certain sore spot, which is common among weight lifters.
its like a pressure point (kinda acupuncture style, except acupuncture is nerve endings, where at this is skeletal muscle) once you work out this problem area, you are going to increase flexibility, decrease proneness to injuryes and your deadlift WILL skyrocket. yoiu have no idea how much it helped me, youll be doing 400 in no time. that i promise. get this thing and start rollin.
I am a personal Trainer for Advance Fitness LLC down in kennet square PA, and that is one principle i bring with me to all the trainers i train. (assist manage the place). protocol is very easy to follow, and once you get it ill give you a program that will guide you through the rehab.
its just like strethcing, its part of your warm up. In basic english, barney style interpretation, it is deep tussie massage you do on your self. and it feels great.