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    *** Deadlifting 101: Instructional videos ***

    lifting is the good way to build body and you tell us so much about it. good, for me, high weight and want to be healthy, but maybe i can not lifting, so heavy for me. but i hope i can.
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    Still hurts my back no matter the technique.
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    hey,

    how can i get better at deadlifts? now i squat more than i deadlift ( squat is 395x1 and most i ever deadlifted is 345x3) what i feel is im weaker on getting the deadlift off the floor..
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    Originally Posted by Ex0t1c123456 View Post
    hey,

    how can i get better at deadlifts? now i squat more than i deadlift ( squat is 395x1 and most i ever deadlifted is 345x3) what i feel is im weaker on getting the deadlift off the floor..
    If you squat more than you dead, but have trouble with breaking the bar off the floor, that shows me you have very very shallow squats.

    If you use anything resembling decent depth you'll be deadlifting more than you squat.


    Reason I say that is becuase the initial drive of a deadlift is powered primarily by hams and glutes. The lowest portion of a squat is powered by hams and glutes. So if you could do 395 on squat, you shoudlnt' have trouble breaking more than 345 off the floor.
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    Originally Posted by bearee View Post
    Just started doing deadlifts recently, and I find this thread extremely helpful. Thanks to the OP for such an informative thread.
    what he said. I've done them years ago but I don't think I knew what kind of deadlift I was even doing! The differences between the SLDL and RDL are especially helpful.

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    very very helpful
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    Been working on my form a lot lately, this definately helps. Lower back injuries are hell so this will help me in the future. Thanks op
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    Started deadlifting about a week ago. A problem I'm having is holding onto the bar. It slowly starts slipping out of my hands because I'm not really used to holding over 120 lbs in that position and so I usually stop my set/reps because my hands tire way before my legs do. Do you just have to get used to it? I've been getting calluses right below the fingers of my hands (on opposite side of the knuckles) mainly due to this lift. Is that normal?
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    erdos, do as many reps as you can DOH grip, then switch to a mixed grip, which is where one hand is using an OH grip, and the other is UH grip. You want the bar to sit in your fingers, not in your palm
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    Originally Posted by The Shoeless Wonder View Post
    erdos, do as many reps as you can DOH grip, then switch to a mixed grip, which is where one hand is using an OH grip, and the other is UH grip. You want the bar to sit in your fingers, not in your palm
    Thanks for the advice! I'll try it on Friday.
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    Smile About time

    I'm glad someone actually does a lifting demonstration with real weight and not 2lbs! Kudos man.
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    Yeah most demonstrations videos you see is of people using like, 5 or 10 lbs.
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    thanks for good thread and read!!
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    Great advice and easy to understand tutorial. Added 15 pounds to my one rep max today...was doing a lot "not quite right," but fixed all that :-)
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    Did 4x5 today with 35 pounds on each side as a test run before I try Rippetoe's program. I am definitely a a novice when it comes to strength. I feel a slight pull in my upper back/shoulder area after doing these. Any ideas as to why?

    I have to admit, despite watching OP video several times and taking notes and reminding myself of proper form, I just felt awkward! The weight wasn't too much but I certainly wasn't confident in my movements and the up-down movement with the bar.
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    Originally Posted by hitchcockian View Post
    Did 4x5 today with 35 pounds on each side as a test run before I try Rippetoe's program. I am definitely a a novice when it comes to strength. I feel a slight pull in my upper back/shoulder area after doing these. Any ideas as to why?
    Because your upper back and posterior delts are assisting muscles in the lift?


    Once you start lifting, film yourself doing the lift and post on here (in the main section, not in this thread) and we can critique.
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    Just did deadlifts for the first time tonight and must say it is a great workout! I have never been able to work out my back like deadlifts have, EVER! It is going to be incorporated into my weekly routine for sure!

    Next time I do deadlifts I will make a video of me doing them so I can see what I'm doing wrong and so you guys can critique me.

    This should be a workout every person does.
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    Lightbulb Does this look more like a stiff leg deadlift than a DL?

    Also, his back looks way too rounded.




    It kind of looks like this below:

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    Originally Posted by telnam View Post
    Also, his back looks way too rounded.
    You're a real fuktard, aren't ya?

    If you're looking for form feedback, post your own f'king vids, ya phaggot.

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    Originally Posted by telnam View Post
    Also, his back looks way too rounded.




    It kind of looks like this below:



    Youve posted his vid in the post I quoted and in this thread as well ...

    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showpo...43&postcount=8


    For someone going on and on about proper form you have no pics , no vids and no proof.

    Hes a high hip deadlifter. You seem to know everything so Im sure you know what that is.
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    I can get my first rep right, but on the negative I feel like I have to lean forward a bit to get the bar over my knees and at that point I can feel the strain on my lower back.

    Is this a common issue early into dead lifting?

    Suggestions?
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    good

    very good video!
    i usually work with this exercise.
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    What does it mean if I am scraping my shins on the way up? It didn't happen every time, just happened a few more times then my shins would have liked.
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    i probably dont deadlift as much as i should.
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    Originally Posted by Tyler2106 View Post
    What does it mean if I am scraping my shins on the way up? It didn't happen every time, just happened a few more times then my shins would have liked.
    It means nothing. Proper form has the bar in contact with your body throughout the lift. Many treat the bleeding as a sort of rite of passage.
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    When you're first beginning the deadlift from the start position, do you pull with your back until the bar is at your knees, then drive forward with your hips? Or do you drive forward with your hips throughout the full movement?
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