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Alternatively, the Romanian Deadlift

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  • Great tips mate, especially hips forward and big toes up. I’ll try these. But I’m doing 531 so I gotta hit 95% once a month, so I’ll disregard 90%, sorry mate.

  • Good info. I only disagree with the frequency. I train for strongman and deadlifting from the floor followed a couple days later by rack pulls, farmers/frame pulls or something helped a lot. I also like to incorporate every couple weeks a huge amount of volume for romanian pulls, regular, and blocks. On another note, I’ve found it helpful to pull from the toes, midfoot and heels because it taught me the differences in muscle activation (i wasn’t doing 600lbs or anything).

  • #2spot on!! I found once I got to working with 500+ lbs on deads it benefited me to go every other week with deadlifts. Recovery from deads is the harshest out of any lift, fail on the bench or squat and you’re fine, fail on deads and you’re dead all week!!!! Great stuff, hey check out my channel at Machina Physique on YouTube if you don’t mind, let me know what you think. Thanx, keep the good material coming

  • I’m completely new to kb, got an adjustable one to use at home to substitute barbell deadlifting during COVID-19 lockdown. Two and one handed swings are awesome, these videos are a treasure for a newbie! Funnily traditional deadlifting had me doing everything right except I’ve had my toes turned out, oops.

  • Why deadlift anyway? At least guys. Why do you want a huge meaty ass and a thicker waist? Let’s get real, most people just want to be healthy and look good. Deadlift ruins esthetics and CAN SEVERELY and PERMANENTLY injure yourself. It’s NOT worth it IMO.

  • As usual Jeffo is 100 % correct, I fucked my back with poor form a couple of years ago and have been extremely cautious ever since because the pain crippled me to the point of being hospitalized.
    Big shout out from Townsville Australia cunts ��

  • As always, explanations that keep us in the gym. Took me awhile to trust these after neurological damage after a disc herniation. I’m back at the gym 100% but make sure my form is spot on with everything. Nothing worse than injuries, form FIRST

  • I just wonder whether Jeff prefers Romanian deadlifts, since his technique seems to be indistinguishable from that of the Romanian deadlift. I don’t think I’ve ever really seen him do a straight-leg deadlift.

  • I love deadlifts. Though i feel it in my back. I do it as Jeff, but i still feel it in the back vs the legs. I try everytime to push through the legs. What am i doing wrong?

  • Great I will deadlift on back day. Monday is chest tues is back and we’d is leg or should I spread them through the week? I because after I do my deadlift on Tuesday will my squat suffer the next day we’d because I didn’t fully recover from deadlift on Tuesday?