Deadlift Every Day: 6 Weeks to a Bigger Back and Deadlift

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SQUAT: The king of all exercises.

I have seen this repeated so many times, and I am not going to argue about the benefits of the squat. But there are also reasons why it is not the king:

  • There is little to no grip or arms used in this movement.
  • It puts a lot of pressure on the spine and disks of the back (back squat specifically).
  • Hip and ankle mobility can be a huge limiting factor in achieving proper range of motion on this movement.

I am not going to tell people to avoid the squat, that would be silly. It is one of the “BIG THREE” (bench, squat and deadlift), and it is also just a kick butt movement. But I will argue that if there is a KING of the main bodybuliding lift, excluding Olympic lifts like the snatch and clean, it is the deadlift.

If you want a thick, strong back, impressive lumbars, head-squeezing traps and a strong and sexy core, this program is for you!

The deadlift requires grabbing the bar with your hands, driving through your legs and hips, and it actually starts at a DEAD STOP, whereas the recoil effect at the bottom of the squat can aid in your lift. The deadlift requires, as the name implies, lifting from a dead stop. Plus, there is no pressure on the spine and if done correctly, can actually be rehabilitative for your body.

In this program, we deadlift on EVERY SINGLE TRAINING DAY! We slam it, wham it, and add in deadlifts that focus on different bodyparts. The deadlifts we will do in this program are:

Sean Torbati from High Performance Nutrition demonstrates proper sumo deadlift form.

Some days we will do a progressive overload scheme, as seen below. Do this for six weeks.

If you wish, add 5lbs to your max and do it all over again. But we believe 6 weeks will be enough to make a huge difference in your back health, core strength, and lead to HUGE LEAN MASS GAINS AND FAT LOSS!

Before You Begin: Click here to Determine Your One Rep Max

Use this calculator to determine your estimated one rep max based on a heavy weight and number of reps you know you can perform (Example: 225lbs x 5 reps on the bench press). You will need to calculate your estimated one rep max (1RM) for the bench press, squat, deadlift, and shoulder press

All calculations for weeks 1–5 use the 1RM you calculated above. Week 6 uses the new 1RM value you earned in week 5.

Progression Chart for Weeks 1-6

Calculate your workouts before you even go into the gym to help yourself start to visualize the lifts. If your estimated one rep maxes are accurate, you WILL accomplish these lifts and it is more of a to-do list than a question of if you can or can’t do it!

If any calculations give you a number that isn’t whole or not possible, round up or down to the nearest possible weight depending on how you feel, just make sure you note what you did! Example: 265lbs x .65 = 172.25lbs (not a possible weight), I am feeling strong so I will round to 175lbs.

  • Week 1: WarmUp, 1RM x .65 x 8 reps, 1RM x .60 x 9 reps, 1RM x .55 x 10 reps
  • Week 2: Warmup, 1RM x .60 x 10 reps x 5 sets
  • Week 3: Warmup, 1RM x. 70 x 7 reps, 1RM x .65 x 8 reps, 1RM x .60 x 9 reps
  • Week 4: Warmup, 1RM x .8 x 5 reps, 1RM x .75 x 7 reps, 1RM x .70 x 8 reps
  • Week 5: Warmup, 1 RM x .50 x 6 reps, 1 RM x .70 x 5 reps, 1RM x 1.05 x 3 reps

The Final set of our main movement from Week 5 is 5% greater than your initial 1RM, and provided you are able to complete 3 repetitions, it is your new 1RM to be used starting in Week 6, and through the next cycle of your progression.

  • Week 6: (DELOAD) Warmup, NEW 1 RM x .65 x Failure, NEW 1 RM x .65 x reps from first set/2, NEW 1 RM x .65 x reps from first set/4

After setting a new one rep max in Week 5, Week 6 is meant to serve as a functional deload, where repetitions are increased and weight is decreased. After Week 6, start again with Week 1 (reprogram your lifts by using your new 1RM you earned in week 5.

In each week except 2 and 5, feel free to exceed the prescribed repetitions for the second and third working sets if you are able, to challenge yourself further!

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Deadlift Every Day Workout System

Here is the schedule:

  • Day 1 – Quad Dominant Leg Day
  • Day 2 – Chest and Biceps Day
  • Day 3 – Off
  • Day 4 – Hamstring Dominant Leg Day
  • Day 5 – Back Day
  • Day 6 – Delts and Triceps Day
  • Day 7 – Off
DAY 1
Quad Dominant Leg Workout
Exercise Sets Reps
Sumo Deadlifts – Use the Chart
Back Squats  3  10
Leg Press  5  6-15
Leg Extensions  3  15
Calf Raise of Choice  3  15

Squats – Pyramid up in weight like 135 x 10, 225 x 10, 315 x 10.

Leg Press – Pyramid up in weight like 135 x 15, 225 x 12, 315 x 10, 365 x 8, 405 x 6.

DAY 2
Chest and Bicep Workout
Exercise Sets Reps
Wall Facing Deadlifts  5  10
Bench Press – Use the Chart
Hammer Strength Incline Press or Machine of Choice  5  6-15
Dumbbell Flyes  3  10-15
Barbell Curls  4  10-15
Rope Cable Curls  4  10-15

Wall Facing Deadlifts – 5 sets of 10 reps (choose a weight you can do with perfect form for all 10 reps).

Hammer Strength Incline Press or Machine of Choice – Pyramid up in weight like 135 x 15, 225 x 12, 315 x 10, 365 x 8, 405 x 6. This set is a drop set with 3 total drops at 30% drop each.

Dumbbell Flyes – Pyramid up in weight like 135 x 15, 225 x 12, 315 x 10.

DAY 4
Hamstring Dominant Leg Workout
Exercise Sets Reps
Straight Leg Deadlifts  3  20
Dumbbell or Kettlebell Goblet Squats  5  10
Lying Leg Curl  4  15
Seated or One Leg Curl  4  15
Calf Raise of Choice  3  15

Straight Leg Deadlifts – 3 x 20 Reps! BURN and make sure all 20 reps are HARD but not beyond failure!

Dumbbell or Kettlebell Goblet Squats – 5 TOTAL SETS! Work up as you can per YOUR strength. 10×10, 20×10, 30×10, 40×10, 50×10.

DAY 5
Back Workout
Exercise Sets Reps
Conventional Deadlifts – Use the Chart
Pull Ups (weighted if you can)  3  5-15
Barbell Rows  5  6-15
Machine Row (Hammer or similar)  3  6-15
Lat Pull Down  3  8-15
Dumbbell Pullover  3  10-15
Hyperextensions  3  15

Barbell Rows – Pyramid up in weight like 135 x 15, 225 x 12, 315 x 10, 365 x 8, 405 x 6.

DAY 6
Delts and Triceps Workout
Exercise Sets Reps
Snatch Grip Deadlifts  3  15
Standing Overhead Shoulder Press (barbell or dumbbell)  5  6-15
Dumbbell or Machine Lateral Raise  4  10-15
Rear Delt Machine or DB  4  10-15
Shrugs with Barbell, DB or Machine  4  10-15
Triceps Pressdowns  4  10-15
Skullcrushers  4  10-15

Standing Overhead Shoulder Press (barbell or dumbbell) – Pyramid up in weight like 105 x 15, 135 x 12, 145 x 10, 155 x 8, 185 x 6.

Workout Notes

  • You can do this ANY 5 days of the week—take TWO rest days.
  • Do abs 2-3 times a week. See this:

  • You can sub ANY exercise with a movement for the same muscle.
  • Order can be moved around on a given day, but try not to.
  • When you can get more than the max number of reps (let’s say you get 12 when it is a 6-12 rep exercise), then raise the weight 10lbs.

What is the Point of Week 6?

Week 6 is the deload week that your body will NEED after 5 weeks of pushing yourself to the limit with these workouts. DO NOT SKIP THIS WEEK! It is crucial to your long term progress.

Cardio During This Program

I usually recommend high intensity interval training, but this is a very demanding program and we want to promote recovery. For this purpose, I recommend at least 2-3 sessions at 20 minutes each post workout (or anytime NOT preworkout, see this) for overall health. Increase cardio as needed to keep losing fat or if trying to gain lean mass, keep it at the recommended 2-3 times per week.

Your Diet Plan

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We will keep it simple. A pre-workout to promote sick pumps, blood flow and lean mass gains, an intra-workout to fuel your muscles during training, a pump inducer to provide sick blood flow and pumps, a NAD-enhancer and a carb and protein for fuel!

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Big Back Attack!

Get at this now and thank us later when you can barely fit through a door, you have some sexy traps, defined delts, and an overall STRONG body and core. Deadlift daily and make gains like never before. Because making gains from front, back and side to side….that’s not a game!

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Name: Marc Lobliner

Bio: Marc is currently Chief Marketing Officer of TigerFitness.com, a 2012/2013/2014 INC. 500/5000 company as well as Owner/CEO of two of the fastest growing supplement companies, EthiTech Nutrition and MTS Nutrition.