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There is more than one type of grip training available, and you want to make sure you select the right one: Pinch grip (plate pinches, etc.) Crushing grip (tennis ball, "captain's of crush") Supportive grip (deadlifts, farmer's walks) Since your stated goal is to handle more weight on deadlifts, you want to make sure you train your supportive grip. I ...
I find touch-and-go deadlifts useful for accumulating more volume and working higher rep ranges (e.g. 5 to 8) for the purposes of endurance and metabolic stress. Greater care must be taken to maintain back position, and generally I only use this method with weights that I feel quite comfortable with.
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