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Taylor K. Dinyer, M. Travis Byrd, Ashley N. Vesotsky, Pasquale J. Succi, and Haley C. Bergstrom

Purpose: To determine if the mathematical model used to derive critical power could be used to identify the critical resistance (CR) for the deadlift; compare predicted and actual repetitions to failure at 50%, 60%, 70%, and 80% 1-repetition maximum (1RM); and compare the CR with the estimated sustainable resistance for 30 repetitions (ESR30). Methods: Twelve subjects completed 1RM testing for the deadlift followed by 4 visits to determine the number of repetitions to failure at 50%, 60%, 70%, and 80% 1RM. The CR was calculated as the slope of the line of the total work completed (repetitions × weight [in kilograms] × distance [in meters]) vs the total distance (in meters) the barbell traveled. The actual and predicted repetitions to failure were determined from the CR model and compared using paired-samples t tests and simple linear regression. The ESR30 was determined from the power-curve analysis and compared with the CR using paired-samples t tests and simple linear regression. Results: The weight and repetitions completed at CR were 56 (11) kg and 49 (14) repetitions. The actual repetitions to failure were less than predicted at 50% 1RM (P < .001) and 80% 1RM (P < .001) and greater at 60% 1RM (P = .004), but there was no difference at 70% 1RM (P = .084). The ESR30 (75 [14] kg) was greater (P < .001) than the CR. Conclusions: The total work-vs-distance relationship can be used to identify the CR for the deadlift, which reflected a sustainable resistance that may be useful in the design of resistance-based exercise programs.

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Steffen Held, Anne Hecksteden, Tim Meyer, and Lars Donath

, supplemental training like mobility and trunk/core exercises; TRF, traditional 1-repetition-maximum-based resistance training to failure; ThT row, rowing at threshold intensity; VL10, velocity-based strength training with a 10% velocity loss. Table 2 Overview of Training Parameters (Mean [SD]) During

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Ty B. Palmer, Jose G. Pineda, and Rachel M. Durham

 al . Four weeks of high-versus low-load resistance training to failure on the rate of torque development, electromechanical delay, and contractile twitch properties . J Musculoskelet Neuronal Interact . 2016 ; 16 ( 2 ): 135 – 144 . PubMed 27282457 27. Tillin NA , Jimenez-Reyes P , Pain MTG

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Taylor K. Dinyer, Pasquale J. Succi, M. Travis Byrd, Caleb C. Voskuil, Evangeline P. Soucie, and Haley C. Bergstrom

-load resistance training to failure on one repetition maximum strength and body composition in untrained women . The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 33, 1737 – 1744 . PubMed ID: 31136545 10.1519/JSC.0000000000003194 Dinyer , T.K. , Byrd , M.T. , Succi , P.J. , & Bergstrom , H.C. ( 2020