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Of all the big compound exercises, it can be the hardest to convince people why the deadlift is such an incredible movement. It’s not only safe — when done correctly — but insanely effective at helping practically anyone to achieve their goals, whether they’re a strength athlete or a desk jockey who wants to look and feel better. Is it really worth the hype? CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO READ THE REST FROM -

Deadlifts legit changed my workout routine. I’d spent years developing my skills as a cardio bunny, but after watching a YouTube video about how Chris Evans got ripped for his role as Captain America, I decided to turn to a professional. Until then, I’d tried everything: yoga, pilates, barre—I’d even dipped my toe into lifting weights at my local gym, but my knowledge was a combination of Google searches and a college gym class that produced few results. The first exercise my trainer added to my workout routine? Deadlifts.

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If you want to learn how to deadlift correctly, as part of your bid to get fit in 2020, you are in the right place. The King of Lifts is one of the best – if not the best – compound exercise to build overall strength and burn fat, all in the same time. The idea is to work with large weights (the best barbell is your friend here) when performing deadlifts – although please start small and work up – so form is especially important. Perform deadlifts incorrectly, and what you'll get is a pulled back, not big arms and toned glutes.

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Why the deadlift is the all-time best exercise

1. Back pain can stem from weak glutes.

2. Back pain can also come from weak spinal erectors that cannot maintain a specific position. Deadlifts train the spine to remain stable while exposed to stupidly high shear forces, thus making you Superman.

3. Chicks dig guys with strong, powerful glutes.

4. Guys dig chicks with strong, powerful glutes.

 

5. (Some) guys dig guys with strong, powerful glutes.

6. (Way more) chicks dig chicks with strong, powerful glutes.

7. Deadlifts are a total-body exercise, working muscles from your toenails to your hair follicles.

8. It gives short guys a way to feel superior to tall guys.

 

9. It gives tall guys another reason to hate short guys.

10. No matter how many times you’ve done it, you can always do it better.

11. Two words: Zercher deadlifts.

12. The mobility required from the hips, thoracic spine, and ankles is incredibly high, which means very few people are good candidates to do deadlifts from the floor. This means I’ll stay busy for a very long time teaching and fixing people who pull stuff like this:

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When JL first started powerlifting, he sucked at the deadlift, so he sought out the best. Chuck Vogelpohl became his training partner and his understanding of the deadlift changed forever.

Sprinkle in a lot of coaching time with Louis Simmons, Dave Tate, Steve Goggins, and Eddie Coan, and JL turned into a professor of the deadlift. His best pull in a meet is 804 pounds and you don't pull over 800 pounds without picking up a few tricks of the trade.

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Today we’re looking at several awesome benefits of deadlifts.

Although many gym bros like to use the bench press as the measuring stick for strength.

True lifters will know that when it comes to raw strength and power, the deadlift is the king of the lifts.

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When it comes down to the fitness and bodybuilding world, the deadlift is an exercise you do not want to ignore. When executed with proper form it can and it will bring us closer to that better, stronger and more powerful physique we are aiming for.

Why is that?

The deadlift is an exercise that requires to literally lift a dead weight off the floor. It has been around for ages, performed by bodybuilders, powerlifters and many known athletes to improve their athletic abilities as well as their performance and gain a good amount of strength and size. If you still don’t feel like deadlifts are for you, stick around. I’ll prove why they are!

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Get details about the Sumo and Romanian deadlift and see why form is so important! The deadlift is king, but its variations are princely!

Deadlifts can be performed by anybody and are safe for everybody, however, only on the condition that one has good form; one is flexible enough to perform this great "hip extension" exercise properly to work the lower back. If one does not have good exercise form it is because one's activities causes dispositions that produce poor postural habits, i.e., a forward head/neck with a rounded back, or bad habits in general.

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Even though the squat is considered ‘the king of all exercises’, you could easily argue that the deadlift could share top billing. After all, few exercises combine the full body strength required to pick a heavy object up off the floor. Not to mention, most guys like to deadlift because it makes a statement. When you lock out a big weight – especially if it is heavier than what your buddy did – it gives you bragging rights and a sense of pride.  That is why most deadlift days typically turn into a competition.

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Sometimes I forget how important it is to lift heavy stuff.

But I recently read a book called “The Speed Encyclopedia”. The book is the most comprehensive guide I’ve ever read for anybody who wants to move faster and it reminded me why it’s so crucial to move heavy stuff around, even if you’re not doing it in your sport (and even if you think it might make you injured, a myth which is about to be dispelled below). In the article below, written by Travis Hansen, author of The Speed Encyclopedia, you’re going to discover why it’s so important for you to “train like a powerlifter”.

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When those “I pick things up and put them down” Planet Fitness commercials came out, I had a good laugh – just like everyone else.

Moreoever, much like everyone else in the fitness industry, I secretly wept on the inside that I had – to some degree – given in to Planet Fitness’ marketing strategies by acknowledging that their commercials were in fact, funny.

However, I wept a bit more than your typical trainer, as the saying pretty much characterized my lifting career to a “T.” You see, I really love the deadlift. There really isn’t a lift you’ll encounter that is more about “picking things up and putting them down” than the deadlift.

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The deadlift is one of the best movements for increasing overall muscle mass and strength. For lots of bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts, not to mention powerlifters, it’s their favorite exercise and if asked if they had to choose to do just one exercise for the rest of their lives, almost all of them would answer the deadlift. If you’re in doubt about what to train on any particular day and don’t have a plan, then you can’t go wrong with the deadlift. It trains almost every muscle in your body and saves you time, which you would otherwise spend on 5 different machines to train each muscle separately.

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If you're looking for exercise recommendations, consider deadlifting. It's increasingly popular among women because it makes gym time fun, challenging, and more efficient.

 

The exercise takes its name from the dead, or stationary weights lifted directly off the ground. These loads can be either barbells, dumbbells, or kettlebells depending on preference.

Experts believe it is an excellent exercise for those looking to build strength and fitness and to boost overall health. It rivals the squat, and it's perfect for women. 

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The deadlift is a long-time favorite exercise of strength coaches, personal trainers, and fitness enthusiasts alike. And for good reason ― it’s an incredibly powerful exercise!

Below are the three reasons I recommend the deadlift!

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The amount you deadlift gets determined by more than your body weight. Your strength levels, skill and gender all play a role. A small, novice lifter will deadlift far less than a massive, elite powerlifter. When selecting a training weight, remember that you must never compromise technique -- train your body, not your ego. Consult a health care practitioner before beginning any strength training program.

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This silver-bullet move lets athletes move more efficiently and powerfully.

Conventional logic dictates that if you want a certain part of your body to be stronger, you target that part with focused strength work: Want a stronger core? Do crunches and planks. Staving off knee pain? Do clamshell exercises.

But the cause of weakness and injury isn’t so superficial, says Nate Helming, co-founder of The Run Experience. “If a triathlete had weak hamstrings, or glutes that didn’t fire properly, you could isolate these muscles with targeted running- or cycling-specific exercises to strengthen them. But if there’s any deeper crack in the athlete’s foundation, we need to reach for something more effective.”

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The Deadlift. It is the quintessential weightlifting exercise. According to David Robson, a bodybuilder, personal trainer and contributor to Bodybuilding.com,

“In my experience as an athlete, and based on the results witnessed by many of my personal training clients, the deadlift, if performed correctly, will build unparalleled mass while strengthening all the major muscles groups.

Yes, many will argue that the squat is the King of Exercises, and will contribute to more strength and size gains than any other exercise.

While it is true that the squat does rank as one of the best size builders (and on this basis alone should be included in everyone’s program), the deadlift, in my opinion, builds the upper and lower body like no other movement.”

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The Romanian Deadlift (RDL) is without a doubt one of the best exercises for building the muscles on the backside of the body, muscles that are critical for speed, jumping and nearly every other athletic skill.

You find the RDL in many training programs as a supplemental exercise in a lower-body workout. But the move's benefits really should put it in the same league as primary lifts like the Squat and the Deadlift. Here's why:

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I’ve had three different lower-back injuries in my life, all thanks to crappy deadlift form. It wasn’t until a few years ago, after joining a powerlifting gym, that I finally learned what might be the single biggest contributor to my nagging back pain: The act of touch-and-go deadlifts and only lightly grazing the floor between each rep.

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If you could only do one exercise the rest of your life, what would you do?

 

Deadlifts or Squats?

 

To our Crossfit lovin’ brethren–Clean & Jerks and Snatches don’t count as a single exercise.

 

So what is it? What is the absolute King of Exercises given to mankind? The first exercises that may come to mind for many are Upper Body driven—or even running. If you thought the bench press and pull-ups should lead the way, well, you are probably thinking like a lot of people. And those are great exercises. But what exercise will absolutely change your body, strength, accelerate your growth, and give you more full-body and range of motion cultivation than anything else?

 

In many people’s minds the absolute reigning King of Exercises is either Squats or Deadlifts. Let me breakdown why, and the conclusion I draw.

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