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If you feel you could squat then I see no issues. Obviously best to be careful with your knee. No problem deadlifting twice a week either as far as I'm concerned, it all boils down to your recovery capacity (nutrition and recovery).
Do you have any more details? i.e. what was injured/what rehab have you done/have you had medical advice on the safety of beginning deadlifting again etc. In answer to point one, do you feel like you could squat? And is it in contravention to any of the above points. Drink as much as you feel necessary to stay hydrated, and make sure you're getting the ...
Here's one thing that happened: I went on a 2 week vacation When you're doing a novice progression, a 2-week break can set you way, way back. I think you should be working at around 175. Don't try 205 again without working your way back up. That said, there are some things. Your first squat rep was a tad high but the rest were okay. Good job! Yes, ...
Typically you should be able to deadlift more than you squat BUT there are many reasons why you wouldn't be: Form - either a bad form in the deadlift where you're not lifting what you could OR a bad squat form where you think you ARE lifting more than you actually are (how deep are you going, etc.). Be honest with both and provide video if you can. body ...
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