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My top three guesses: You don't squat right. You go down to about 60 degrees and call it a rep. When you deadlift you are beyond the point where your squat ends. You haven't done enough deadlifts. It will take a few months of doing a lift before your helper muscles adjust. A person never doing deadlifts can't just naturally deadlift more if they haven'...


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For starters, bench is going to exhaust you less because less muscle is being used. This means it makes a smaller metabolic impact. Also, if your deadlift is lower than your squat it isn't the end of the world, it just means you have a strength imbalance. Deadlifts can exhaust you faster for many reasons. It could be form issues, it could be that you are ...



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