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deko | 
Japan rvDxd 
Any tips and advices for deadlift ?
2022-08-16 01:33
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#1
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United States BLESSED_US
protein bor
2022-08-16 01:34
#2
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North America hi_mens))
Pick up, set down
2022-08-16 01:35
steroid. Judging your flag and flair you must be 40 kg u need a lot of steroid
2022-08-16 01:36
#4
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United States zovint
The advice I’ve only ever received is the Alan Thrall deadlift video and I mean, I don’t know how I feel about it. You can check it out. I still have trouble feeling it more in my hips and hamstrings. I try to position the bar mid foot then bend out my shins forward to get my hips low and then brace and lifting the bar so it feels heavy on hands, i then try to push my chest out and push off the ground.
2022-08-16 01:37
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what kind of gym is that you go to if you can't even ask a trainer for help and advice there?! you should do no exercise without advice but some exercises are worse than others deadlift is one of the exercises most people fuck up and has many bad consequences, then wondering why they have a disc prolapse in their early 30s already
2022-08-16 01:59
u gotta contract them
2022-08-16 02:07
Don’t focus on moving the chest. Focus on moving the hips. That’s the best way to build the mind muscle connection. I like to imagine shoving my ass to the grass and at the same time pushing with the legs
2022-08-17 04:51
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#40
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United States zovint
Sorry, I meant pushing my chest out at the start to try and keep my back straight but I don’t know how well that works. Why I try to push off the ground though, I feel I try too hard to not let my back bend while also trying to push with my legs
2022-08-17 17:46
#5
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Sweden AFCx
yeah, dont do it.
2022-08-16 01:39
#6
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Foxxyownz
lift with your back, keep it bent
2022-08-16 01:40
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0/8
2022-08-17 05:10
Hltv is killing your gains.
2022-08-17 06:49
youtube.com
2022-08-16 01:40
#8
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Russia Thfthf
I think deadlift is some extra exercise. Training it alone is not only wierd but not quite healthy. Better train standart powerlifting exercises, also your back, your legs and then check how that makes your deadlift better.
2022-08-16 01:47
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why should it be weird to train deadlift alone?
2022-08-16 02:00
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deadlifting alone is perfect as i takes a lot of energy and strength
2022-08-16 02:02
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#17
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Russia Thfthf
I dont know about a lot of strength if those guys who training it alone cant then push up or pull up few times. Strength of a stone, maybe something like that.
2022-08-17 03:17
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i mean just deadlifting that day
2022-08-17 04:36
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#30
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Russia Thfthf
I got it, my bad english.
2022-08-17 09:39
The deadlift is a perfectly adequate hamstring, glute, and lower back exercise. You should never focus on only one lift or you’ll always overdevelop the primary muscles for them. It’s always a better idea to do compound and isolation exercises, but to say the deadlift isn’t a good exercise is completely baseless
2022-08-17 04:49
i never do them, not risking my back
2022-08-16 01:47
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i used to have back pain. after i started doing deadlifts, my back pain disappeared. i assume the source of my pain was the muscles, so strengthening them solved it
2022-08-17 04:44
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You could do it with hip thrusts.
2022-08-17 05:10
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you could squat on a bottle while holding gaben above your head
2022-08-17 06:41
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Weird flex but ok.
2022-08-17 16:15
Bar over middle of foot sit into your hips but raise your butt into the air or pointing upwards and deadlifts are a leg exercise and make sure your back is not engaging first in the lift as you will create issues later on. If your back is engaging first it is either bad lifting technique or too much weight make sure when starting a new exercise to do with just the bar or on low weight and get the technique down first before adding weight your muscles don't care how heavy you lift as long you get a workout and feel the pump in the correct areas you are good to go. If you have any lower back issues already look up sumo deadlifts as they are used for lower back rehab if deadlifts interest you.
2022-08-16 01:54
Check Jamal Browners videos he deadlifts 1000lbs. Go on youtube he has a tutorial there very recent
2022-08-16 01:56
dont do it deadlifts are boring af squats are better
2022-08-16 02:06
#18
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France Gloomyz
Don’t do it, your knees, back and joints will thank you later. Just not worth the risk and kinda pointless.
2022-08-17 03:19
Overrated exercise
2022-08-17 04:39
Dumbass HLTV users above me don’t understand basic biomechanics as always. The best thing to do is bring the bar as close to your knees as possible while keeping your shoulders above the bar. Assuming you pull conventional and not sumo, to get into a proper starting position, bring the bar to your shins, feet should be slightly wider than shoulder width, toes pointing directly forward. Grab the bar where the inside of your hand is next to the far side of you leg, bend your knees and bring your back down until your torso is barely above parallel to the ground. Now you’re set up to pull. When you pull, you’re going to start by almost driving your hips to the ground while extending your legs, this way you’ll feel more force going through the legs than the lower back. At the top of the motion, you’ll thrust your hips forward to complete the rep. Control the weight down. Ideally you use straps and a belt to increase safety, but for lighter weights it’s not necessary. If you do the motion safely and don’t ego lift then you won’t get injured. The most important thing is to always have perfect form. I’ve had friends deadlift with god awful form and end up causing life changing back problems. It’s also important to warm up sufficiently. There’s no shame in deadlifting one or two plates to get everything warmed up (especially traps, which will ache like a mother fucker if you don’t do a good about warmup).
2022-08-17 04:45
#27
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United States JoshDAA
Just keep your back braced when deadlifting and dont let your back slouch. I prefer not using any straps or belt unless you cant lift anymore without it. If you need a bit more grip use chalk and learn how to brace without a belt. Ive been able to hit 405 for reps without a need for belt or straps. My forearms have gotten bigger and grip is better than ever. Just keep adding weight to the bar, it doesnt have to be 10-20 pound increments, i progressed quickly through the 300’s by using the 2.5-5 weight and overloading bit by bit
2022-08-17 05:18
#32
FMz | 
Belgium rpRj
lmao at serious answers, stop trolling and go to a proper fitness forum or youtube
2022-08-17 16:17
just lift the weight?!
2022-08-17 16:26
Start lighter weights, lower reps. Try to increase the reps as you get stronger, then increase the weight. Eat more calories.
2022-08-17 16:30
Get big win state
2022-08-17 16:30
1 inch separation between your shins and the bar. Feet placement as if you were standing normally. Grab bar and while keeping your back straight you have to squat it until it reaches your knees, then hip thrust it until the lockout. If you're only going to the gym to get bigger then probably don't do it or pick a variation more suitable for hypertrophy.
2022-08-17 17:28
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#39
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Slovakia ypsylonnn
Squatting the deadlift is not the best advice, its a hinge movement, not a squat. I used to squat the deadlift until recently, and what happened all the time with heavier weight was that my ass shot up immediately and i began the pull from a higher position, cuz the hips didnt like being that low. All you have to do is grab the bar, straighten the back and pull from there
2022-08-17 17:36
#37
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Europe Real_Man
1. lift 2. gain weight (eat more) 3. u'll eventually lift more and more
2022-08-17 17:32
Followed the guy for almost 10 years. Really good content. His updated "How to deadlift" which is the starting strength setup: youtube.com/watch?v=MBbyAqvTNkU&ab_chann.. Follow theses steps and you are all good my friend. For me my lifting took a big step up when i started to follow a program and logged my sessions. There are a tons of apps which makes it easy and fun, i recommend Strength log.
2022-08-17 17:36
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