Deadlift is a simple and effective movement, remaining unique in its ability to increase strength throughout the body. It is the most functional movement of the human body, because its execution requires the mobilization of the majority of the muscular system of the body.
It also enables us to use large loads which contributes significantly to the development of our strength.
Many athletes around the world train with this exercise because of its ability to create maximum neuromuscular fit in the body, an element necessary for athletic performance.
The exercise is unreservedly recommended to practitioners despite the fear that unjustifiably prevails in public opinion about this exercise.
- Place your feet under the bar in an opening equal to the opening of the hips.
- Grasp the bar with your hands at an opening equal to the opening of the shoulders.
- Apply the padlock handle.
- Keep your back in the shape of an arch and your hips a little higher than the height of your knees.
- Your head is in the extension of your spine.
- Push the ground with your feet.
- Your shoulders and hips are raised in the same proportion until the bar reaches your knees.
- Hold the bar near the thighs and lift your torso until it is in a vertical position with the ground.
- Lock your knees.