"Got a weak grip? Let me work it
I put the bar down, flip it and reverse it" @missymisdemeanorelliott + Wolfie remix collab 👊✊️ If your deadlift is being limited by your grip strength and you either lack straps or prefer not to use them, another option is a modified grip commonly known as 'staggered' or 'mixed' which applies reverse torsion as a means to increase grip strength.
This grip is simply set by keeping one hand pronated (overhand/ palm down) and supinating the opposite arm (underhand/ palm up). The supinated arm does have a higher vulnerability to injury if too much pull is initiated from the biceps, so make sure you maintain equal tension in the arms from start to finish.
Now although this allows you to deadlift more without the limiting factor of grip strength, this does not solve the long term problem of having limiting grip strength in the first place. I've found in many cases that specificity tends to lead us in a promising direction, so my general recommendation is to use the pronated grip to your maximum capacity before putting that thang down, flipping it and reversing it.
Give it a ratatata-try, you'll deadlift so good you'll say blah-blah-blah. @missymisdemeanorelliott