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Overview: DeadliftTraining May 17, 2013 - 12:57 pm
THE TRUTH ABOUT DEADLIFT
The deadlift is one of the best exercises to stress your entire body in the
way you never did before and to push it to another level.
First you need to understand, that muscle growth isn’t primarily a localised
event, this means that the big, complex compound exercises will go a long
way in improving muscle growth and strength all throughout the body.
The deadlift is one of the two best exercises for gaining strength and size
(the other is… you guessed it… the squat).
It’s one of the most feared and revered exercise to take place in the gym, don’t let the name scare you off from this
exercise, it’s only called a deadlift because it’s the closest gym interpretation of lifting a dead weight up off the ground.
It’s an extremely functional exercise, meaning any strength gained from doing deadlifts will translate to being better
able to do things in every day life.
#WORKS EVERY MAJOR MUSCLE
The deadlift is pretty lonely when it comes to being on a list of exercises that work nearly every major group of muscles
on the body, it utilizes the legs, muscles of the back, arms, forearms, shoulders and even the neck to an extent.
If you’re running short on time and looking for an exercise you can do that will give you the most bang for your buck at
the gym, the deadlift would make a fine choice.
Arguably no exercise develops the core the way the deadlift does. If abs and a rock solid mid section are goals of yours,
you’d be unwise to leave this exercise out of your workout program.
With the abs, waist, hips, backside, and lower back working like crazy to keep your spine where it should be throughout
the movement, your balance and strength in your core will benefit greatly.
Deadlifts are renowned for their ability to build massive amounts of grip strength, and for good reason. Your fingers are
literally the only things connecting you to the weight of the bar.
Your forearms have to work incredibly hard as you progress in weight to keep the bar from falling out of your hands
All you need is a single bar with some weights on it. You don’t need a bench, a rack, a bunch of or anything else to do
a deadlift. When compared to other exercises, for the amount of benefits the deadlift provides, you spend very little for
what you get from them.
#UPPER BACK MASS
Deadlift has an unparalleled ability of putting slabs of lean muscle on your upper back. It’s more effective at this than
anything else, without doubt. This has the effect of making you look wider, thicker, and more powerful.
#TESTOSTERONE AND GROWTH HORMONES
Deadlift promote muscle growth not only in the legs and lower back, but it also makes it easier for you to put on muscle
any place on your body. Due to the fact that the deadlift hits so many muscles all at once, it causes the body to release
a great deal of these hormones that promote muscle growth.