Exercise[Details]
Name Barbell deadlift
Description Deadlift
Comment Force: pull
Info
Misc Keep your arms and back straight, your torso upright, and your feet and knees pointing in the same direction. At the top of the lift, do not hyperextend your back. Keep the barbell close to your body to improve mechanical leverage. Use gym chalk or wrist straps to improve your grip. Start light and add weight gradually to give your lower back time to adapt. When lifting heavy, wear a support belt to protect your lower back. The barbell deadlift is arguably the king of all major mass-building exercises, challenged only by the barbell squat. It is great for shocking your body into releasing testosterone, strengthening your legs and core, and building body-wide strength and mass.
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