I recall reading somewhere about a style of deadlift training where someone described doing increasingly heavier sets of say 10,5,3,3,1,1,1,1 (or so) and then banging out 10 singles with approx 90% of 1RM.
I was wondering what style of training this is so I can read about it. It sounded exactly like my current DL scheme except I stopped after my first heaviest single. I tried doing it fully with the 10 singles two days ago and wow....it's a good reminder what muscles the DL works because my whole posterior chain is sore.
It got me thinking about what other movements I could (should?) try this on. Only big compound stuff? Assistance work that I could use a boost on? I think I could only handle doing this with one movement at a time anyway but would love to hear what people think.