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Deadlift Strength Training

If you want to get strong for whatever reason it might from improving your sport to breaking through a plateau that you have reached the answer is to increase your overall strength. The deadlift just like the famous squat is something that has proven itself to work and you will explode your strength gains by doing the deadlift correctly.

It has a compounded effect by not only increasing the strength of your grip but also will be using all your major muscle groups with measurable results. This article will briefly go through the correct technique to perform a deadlift but you should get someone who knows what they are doing to watch you to make sure.

There are many different ways that you can use deadlifts in your routine. Whether you are doing high reps with a relatively light weight or low reps the benefits are obvious and will soon show on your overall increase in strength generally.

If you find that you have reached a plateau in your deadlift there are many different ways that you can break through this by changing the sets and reps that you use. Also changing your routine around and mixing up the order in which you normally train can and usually does make a big difference.

Here is a list of the five basic steps when doing a deadlift.

1. Stand with the bar above the center of your feet - your stance should be a bit narrower than shoulder-width to give your arms room.

2. Grab the bar overhand so your arms are vertical to the floor - if your hamstrings are tight, do Squat 2 stands to boost your hip flexibility.

3. Bend through your knees until your shins hit the bar which must remain above the middle of your feet. Shoulder-blades directly over the bar.

4. Lift your chest but don't squeeze your shoulder-blades like on Squats. Just put your shoulders back & down, head in line with rest of your spine.

5. Pull - keep the bar close to your body; roll it over your knees and thighs until your hips and knees are locked. Do not lean back at the top.

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