5 Tips for a Stronger Deadlift
1) You need to train your back!
If you don’t have good training, then it will affect your strength and power. Your body needs to be trained regularly so that you can improve your performance.
This is why I suggest that you do not neglect other parts of your body such as legs or arms if they are weak. They too must be worked out regularly.
2) Train your upper body.
Strength comes from all over the body. Therefore, you should train them equally to develop strength throughout the whole body.
When you train your lower body, focus on improving your legs first because they play a big role in deadlifting and squatting heavy weights. Then work on strengthening your chest and shoulders later.
3) Work out at least 3 times per week.
The best way to get stronger is through repetition. So, train your muscles and joints every day.
Do not skip any workout unless you feel tired or sick.
4) Don’t worry about being sore after your workouts; just push yourself harder next time!
If you want to increase your strength, then it’s better to practice than to rest when you’re tired. It’s better to lift heavier weight than lighter weight.
5) Do not rush to increase your weight load.
It is true that you need to increase the weight gradually so that you can improve your strength. But you do not want to increase it too fast because then you might lose control of the weight and cause an injury.
Be patient in increasing the weight; this will help you reach your goals faster.
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Latest News by L Barrett – 2012 – startingstrongman.com
The Deadlift and Its Application to Overall Performance by MR Wenning – nsca.com
Ten Tips to Help You Increase Your Vertical Jump by PHL Strong – main.poliquingroup.com