what god, chad waterbury, said:
I also want you to use an overhand grip. That's with both hands. Yes, I know old-school deadlifters say to practice with the same grip you'd use in
competition—a mixed grip, one hand over the bar, one hand under—but I think it's important to use the non-mixed grip. You'll have more balanced strength in your shoulder girdle with both arms rotated the same direction, you'll develop more forearm strength, and you'll have less risk of a catastrophic injury, like a torn biceps.
Finally, don't use wrist wraps. Your hands and forearms need to handle the same loads as your extensor-chain muscles. (The one exception is for supramaximal loads, as I'll explain later in this section.)
'Practice does not make perfect. Only perfect Practice makes perfect' - Vince Lombardi