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Deadlift Program -GraveLift Gains

Flex on Demand

Weightlifting, Powerlifting, Bodybuilding, Strongman, Strength & Conditioning, Functional Fitness
Coach
Mazen Ballout

Welcome to GraveLift Gains! Unleash your true potential with our specialized deadlifting program designed to sculpt raw power and elevate your lifting game. GraveLift Gains is not just a workout; it's a commitment to surpassing your limits and embracing the challenge.

Dive into a meticulously crafted program that combines intensity and precision, guiding you through the sacred journey of deadlifting mastery. Our program, inspired by the renowned Smolov methodology, is tailored for intermediate to advanced lifters ready to forge a new path to strength.

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Increase your Max
On average, lifters see a 15-20% increase in their Deadlift in just 9 sessions, that includes an intensification phase.
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Proven Methodology
Built on the foundation of intensity and structured progression, GraveLift Gains is a tried-and-true approach to deadlift domination.
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Personalized Approach
No more guesswork. Our program adapts to your strength levels, ensuring each session is a purposeful step toward your deadlifting goals.
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Expert Guidance
Crafted by seasoned coaches, GraveLift Gains offers professional insights and tips to perfect your deadlifting form and maximize gains.
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Results-Driven
Join a community of dedicated lifters committed to breaking barriers. Track your progress, celebrate achievements, and witness the gains unfold.
Features
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Access to your coaches
Coaches who will hold you accountable and provide the feedback you need to grow
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Programming 3 days per week
Daily strength, conditioning, and skill training that’s accessible and challenging for athletes of any level or background
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Mental Exercises
Structured mental training exercises to cultivate your inner strength
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Exercise Video Guidance
Instructional videos to guide your practice and make execution easy
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Detailed, expert instruction
Coaches who will hold you accountable and provide the feedback you need to grow
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Committed Teammates
A vibrant community that will keep you pushing to unlock your best
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Delivered through TrainHeroic
Sweating over a lifeless PDF is so last year. Your coaches and team will push you harder, know you better, and keep you going longer.
Equipment
Required
Barbell // Bumper Plates // Dumbells // Pull-up Bar
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Sample Week
Week 1 of 3-week program
Sunday
Week 1 Day 1

Dynamic Stretch & Foam Rolling

A

Dynamic stretches involve controlled, active movements that take your body through a full range of motion. They help increase blood flow to the muscles, improve flexibility, and prepare your body for the upcoming workout. Here are examples of dynamic stretches for a deadlifting warm-up. Foam rolling, also known as self-myofascial release, involves using a foam roller to apply pressure to specific points on your body. It helps release tension in the muscles and fascia, promoting flexibility and improving range of motion. Here's how to incorporate foam rolling into your warm-up

B

Deadlift

6 x 6 @ 65 %

C

Romanian Deadlift

3 x 8

D

Bent Over Row

3 x 10

E

Plank

3 x 1:00

Tuesday
Week 1 Day 3

Conditioning

A

Dynamic Stretch and Foam Roll

Dynamic stretches involve controlled, active movements that take your body through a full range of motion. They help increase blood flow to the muscles, improve flexibility, and prepare your body for the upcoming workout. Here are examples of dynamic stretches for a deadlifting warm-up. Foam rolling, also known as self-myofascial release, involves using a foam roller to apply pressure to specific points on your body. It helps release tension in the muscles and fascia, promoting flexibility and improving range of motion. Here's how to incorporate foam rolling into your warm-up

B

Deadlift

7 x 5 @ 70 %

C

Front Squat

3 x 6

D

Pull-Up

E

Russian Twist

3 x 20

Thursday
Week 1 Day 5

Conditioning

A

Dynamic Stretch and Foam Roll

Dynamic stretches involve controlled, active movements that take your body through a full range of motion. They help increase blood flow to the muscles, improve flexibility, and prepare your body for the upcoming workout. Here are examples of dynamic stretches for a deadlifting warm-up. Foam rolling, also known as self-myofascial release, involves using a foam roller to apply pressure to specific points on your body. It helps release tension in the muscles and fascia, promoting flexibility and improving range of motion. Here's how to incorporate foam rolling into your warm-up

B

Deadlift

8 x 4 @ 75 %

C

Step-Ups

3 x 8

D

DB Row

3 x 12

E

Plank

3 x 1:00

Coach
coach-avatar Mazen Ballout

Meet Coach Mazen, the driving force behind your fitness journey at Flex On Demand. With a decade of experience and a passion for creating positive and confidence-building environments, Coach Mazen ensures your training sessions exceed expectations.

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Kill it!!

Enjoy the sweet gains many other athletes have!

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FAQs
Who is GraveLift Gains for?
GraveLift Gains is suitable for intermediate to advanced lifters looking to maximize their deadlifting strength and performance.
What's included in the program?
GraveLift Gains provides a comprehensive deadlifting program with detailed workouts, warm-up routines, and guidance on technique. You'll also have access to support from our experienced coaching team.
Is this program suitable for those with prior injuries?
Consult with a healthcare professional before starting GraveLift Gains if you have pre-existing injuries. The program can be adjusted to accommodate certain conditions.
How do I track my progress?
We recommend keeping a detailed training log, tracking weights lifted, and monitoring how you feel during and after workouts. This information can help you assess progress and make adjustments as needed.
Is this program suitable for beginners?
GraveLift Gains is designed for intermediate lifters who have a foundation in deadlifting. If you're a beginner, consider starting with a more introductory program before progressing to this one.
The Proof
verified-athlete-avatar Derrick

Officer/Father/39

Verified Athlete

"My Deadlift was stuck at a plateau of 250lbs. by the end of the program my 1RM hit 305lbs!!"

verified-athlete-avatar Shawn

Father/Computer Nerd/38

Verified Athlete

"With a hectic travel schedule, I found the perfect fitness solution – tailored workouts that don't rely on a personal trainer. Direct coaching interaction keeps me motivated and on track. It's a game-changer for my fitness journey"

verified-athlete-avatar Charles

Teacher/Football Coach/33

Verified Athlete

"Starting my muscle building journey was a game changer! In 4 months, I shed 25lbs, lost 8% body fat. Flex on Demand made staying consistent easy, and the results speak for themselves."

Deadlift Program -GraveLift Gains