I have done my deadlifts with touch n' go with 5/3/1, but I tend to lose form sometimes with this method. So I decided to do my all my deadlift sets with dead stop for a while.
Not suprisingly, my deadlift numbers fell down. With my old style I did hit 345lb for an easy set of 10 (prob. got even more in me), but with dead stop I get only half the reps. My DL numbers in low rep range are same with both styles, but the repping out is much, much harder for me with dead stop style.
Would I get more benefit from:
A) Lowering my TM (the obvious one, thought I'm already using quite low tm).
B) Do the same weights with lower rep range. Probably my dead-stop style deads would quickly catch up my touch n' go rep numbers.
Also, just curious. Do dead-stop style lifters here pull high rep sets? Almost all 5/3/1-sets with deads what I have seen has been done with touch n' go-style.