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Barbell Deadlift

from Braydon Barrett

1. Approach the bar with a FLAT BACK, engaging your back muscles. 2. Your knees should stay slightly bent. Your hips should not be lower than your knees. 3. Lift the bar up using both your back and your legs. Focus on thrusting your hips forward as you bring the bar up. 4. Lower the bar slowly, and keep your back flat throughout the entire motion.
Helpful tips and Tricks
1. SAFETY IS KEY. Keep your back flat and engaged. 2. Exhale as you bring the bar up. Inhale as you lower the bar.
Why it works
This is one of the most effective movements to increase your strength, stamina and agility. This also improves your posture and core strength.
Target Muscles
None required