July 26, 2016

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The deadlift is a hinge movement, where weight is lifted from the ground, to the level of an athlete’s hips.
It got its name in ancient Rome, after military battles, when young soldiers would lift their fallen comrades onto waggons to later be buried.
The deadlift should be a part of every athlete’s training routine. It is a compound exercise that requires the use of all major muscle groups.
The deadlift primarily focuses on the posterior chain and core stability. It incorporates the hamstrings, lower back, glutes, abdominals, and forearms. It is a very important exercise, and, when executed properly, can help prevent back problems, and will develop healthy posture.
The deadlift is especially useful for people who spend most of their days sitting. This movement promotes spinal extension, which is important for people who spend the majority of their days in flexion.
The deadlift helps strengthen the muscles that are used during many physical labor activities, providing you with stability when lifting, or picking up objects.

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