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Vince Anello Deadlift Routine

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The following deadlift routine should only be followed by strength athletes who are very well versed in the correct technique for doing a squat. As is shown by the weights that Vince Anello uses he has been powerlifting for a long time. It is a 14 day cycle that if followed correctly will get results.

The weights can be reduced to suit your own limitations but the sets and reps as well as the increase in the weight selected should be the same. Vince Anello has personally deadlifted over 800 pounds and this only comes from progressive resistance.

The comment from Vince when he entered this deadlift routine in an article that was published was that his previous best lift was 600 lbs and he said that if your own personal best was 200 or 300 pounds less the same improvement of 50 pounds could be achieved if equated correctly.

Vince says the deadlift should only be done once a week and increase the weight lifted by 20 pounds every other week. He stresses that the important part on how the program is used on the alternate weeks which is why one gets the results.

Week 1:
Deadlift 10 X 255, 5 X 305, 2 X 405, 1 X 455, 1 X 510.
Partial Deadlift starting from the knee 5 X 455, 3 X 510, 2 X 560.

Week 2:
Deadlift 10 X 255, 5 X 305, 3 X 355, 2 X 405, X 1 455x5. These last final five singles are performed with only 60 seconds rest between sets.

Week 3:
Deadlift 10 X 275, 5 X 325, 3 X 375, 2 X 425,1 X 475, 1 X 530.
Partials from the knee 5 X 475, 3 X 530, 2 X 580.

Week 4:
10 X 275, 5 X 324, 3 X 375, 2 X 425, 1 X 47x5. Again the last five single reps are done with only a minutes rest between reps.

Week 5:
10 X 295, 5 X 345, 3 X 395, 2 X 445, 1 X 495, 1 X 550.
Partials from the knee 5 X 495.

Week 6:
10 X 295, 5 X 345, 3 X 395, 2 X 445, 1 X 495x5. With 60 seconds rest between singles.

Week 7:
10 X 315, 5 X 365, 3 X 415, 2 X 465, 1 X 570.
Partials from the knee 5 X 515, 3 X 570, 2 X 620.

Week 8:
31510, 3655, 4153, 4652, 515x1x5. One minute rest between singles.

Week 9:
33510, 3855, 4353, 4852, 5351, 5901.
Partials from the knee 5355, 5903, 6402.

Week 10:
33510, 3855, 4353, 4852, 535x1x5. With only one minute rest between singles.

Week 11:
33510, 4055, 4553, 5052, 5551, 6101, 6601.
Partials from the knee 5551, 6101, 6601.

Week 12:
Squats and Deadlifts should be done on the same day, dropping any partial squats.
Deadlift 33510, 4055, 4553, 5052, 555x1x5. One minute rest between singles.

Week 13:
35510, 4055, 4551, 5151, 5551, 5901.

Week 14:
Meet day. Warm-up 35510, 4055, 5151, 5551.
Opener 590.
Second Attempt 630.
Third Attempt 650.

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