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    Just performed this lift the other day for the first time ever. Never even heard of it before. Great lift that I'm definitely adding to my workouts.
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    How would you do a single arm deadlift? Dumbbell or farmer's carry bar? Seems like a barbell would be a little unstable with all that leverage.
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    Originally Posted by TheShadowMan View Post
    How would you do a single arm deadlift? Dumbbell or farmer's carry bar? Seems like a barbell would be a little unstable with all that leverage.
    I use a big kettle bell.
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    What's the point of that exactly? Legitimate question
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    Originally Posted by kwong486 View Post
    What's the point of that exactly? Legitimate question
    to get people to look at his stupid youtube channel of him doing stunt lifts because he cant do a decent regular deadlift,
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    Originally Posted by DCSpartan View Post
    to get people to look at his stupid youtube channel of him doing stunt lifts because he cant do a decent regular deadlift,
    You're not even close to being right. What stunt lifts do I do or have I done? I guess eccentric front squats and iso hold db rows are stunt lifts according to you.
    I do the single arm deadlift because I had 2 herniated discs, had back surgery, then herniated 2 more discs and can't regular deadlift due to the shearing on the lower back from using heavier weight. Have you ever tried a 1 arm deadlift? It's a great lift and awesome for grip/forearm strength. I've put my time in the weight room and don't need someone like you calling me out for no reason and without knowing what they're talking about.
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    Originally Posted by kwong486 View Post
    What's the point of that exactly? Legitimate question
    Before a few days ago, I had never even known the lift existed. I read about someone doing it because they had low back problems and couldn't do regular deadlifts. Being that I was in that same boat, I wanted to try it out, and I really like it and feel like it's a lift I can add to training program.
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    Originally Posted by TheShadowMan View Post
    How would you do a single arm deadlift? Dumbbell or farmer's carry bar? Seems like a barbell would be a little unstable with all that leverage.
    I do it by straddling a barbell. I've also seen it done with a suitcase grip to the side.
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    Originally Posted by fitfactorypts View Post
    Just performed this lift the other day for the first time ever. Never even heard of it before. Great lift that I'm definitely adding to my workouts.
    if you are doing it for strength or hypertrophy , not really
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    If you can't do the bilateral version of something, how is the unilateral version any easier? Maybe it's just me but i'm definitely weaker when one side is doing all the work without assistance from the other.
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    Originally Posted by magician27 View Post
    if you are doing it for strength or hypertrophy , not really
    Try it before you knock it. You will build strength and unilateral lifts are good to add to your lifting program. It can help to prevent strength imbalances
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    iv done 405 single arm deadlift lulz
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    Originally Posted by TheShadowMan View Post
    If you can't do the bilateral version of something, how is the unilateral version any easier? Maybe it's just me but i'm definitely weaker when one side is doing all the work without assistance from the other.
    As I explained, I can't do the bilateral version with heavy weight due to the shearing force on the lower back. I obviously can do the bilateral version with light weight, but I do not see that helping my lifting goals. The unilateral version makes it difficult to do since I cannot pull up as much weight with one arm as I can with 2, so it doesn't hurt my lower back.
    I'm not saying it's better than the regular deadlift. What I am saying is it can be a good lift for those with lower back problems that can't pull up heavy weight and it can be good for fixing muscle imbalances that bilateral lifts can cause.
    You guys should do some research on the lift and/or actually try it before ripping me for it. I've been lifting for 18 years and never did the lift before a few days ago. I gave it a try and liked it so I thought I'd share it in a bodybuilding exercise forum. Then all you guys do is rip on me for something you all have obviously never tried and know nothing about. Maybe you all could learn something new like I did.
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    Originally Posted by fitfactorypts View Post
    As I explained, I can't do the bilateral version with heavy weight due to the shearing force on the lower back. I obviously can do the bilateral version with light weight, but I do not see that helping my lifting goals. The unilateral version makes it difficult to do since I cannot pull up as much weight with one arm as I can with 2, so it doesn't hurt my lower back.
    I'm not saying it's better than the regular deadlift. What I am saying is it can be a good lift for those with lower back problems that can't pull up heavy weight and it can be good for fixing muscle imbalances that bilateral lifts can cause.
    You guys should do some research on the lift and/or actually try it before ripping me for it. I've been lifting for 18 years and never did the lift before a few days ago. I gave it a try and liked it so I thought I'd share it in a bodybuilding exercise forum. Then all you guys do is rip on me for something you all have obviously never tried and know nothing about. Maybe you all could learn something new like I did.
    Oh i'm not ripping on you, just wondered about usage and application is all. My routine is such that on a compound exercise and especially a power movement, I use the barbell - and the unilateral stuff I tend to save for isolations which follow. It's a new one for me, i'll keep it in mind for the future - i'm just not sure where I would put it. The muscle imbalance fixing is always a plus, i'll admit.
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    Originally Posted by fitfactorypts View Post
    As I explained, I can't do the bilateral version with heavy weight due to the shearing force on the lower back. I obviously can do the bilateral version with light weight, but I do not see that helping my lifting goals. The unilateral version makes it difficult to do since I cannot pull up as much weight with one arm as I can with 2, so it doesn't hurt my lower back.
    I'm not saying it's better than the regular deadlift. What I am saying is it can be a good lift for those with lower back problems that can't pull up heavy weight and it can be good for fixing muscle imbalances that bilateral lifts can cause.
    You guys should do some research on the lift and/or actually try it before ripping me for it. I've been lifting for 18 years and never did the lift before a few days ago. I gave it a try and liked it so I thought I'd share it in a bodybuilding exercise forum. Then all you guys do is rip on me for something you all have obviously never tried and know nothing about. Maybe you all could learn something new like I did.
    Easy there. Based on your recent join date and post count, most will assume that you're new to lifting because you haven't provided any of your lifting background or any reasons for why you're doing single arm deadlifts in your original post. Anyone who can do a regular deadlift would question why they should include single arm deadlifts - after all, as you said, a regular deadlift is better. After your explanation of the injury that led you to trying the single arm deadlift, it makes a lot more sense (though it still only applies to those with back issues).
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    Originally Posted by sm1ke View Post
    Easy there. Based on your recent join date and post count, most will assume that you're new to lifting because you haven't provided any of your lifting background or any reasons for why you're doing single arm deadlifts in your original post. Anyone who can do a regular deadlift would question why they should include single arm deadlifts - after all, as you said, a regular deadlift is better. After your explanation of the injury that led you to trying the single arm deadlift, it makes a lot more sense (though it still only applies to those with back issues).

    What irritated me a bit was the one guy saying I do circus lifts for youtube clicks, which couldn't be further from the truth. I'm just starting a fitness business so that's what's made me more aware of the online world and I joined several forums. I'm just trying to learn and share more info as I begin my journey in the fitness industry. Being that I've been lifting for many years and just learned about the single arm deadlift, I thought it would be a good lift to share in the exercises forum.
    I'm just hoping to learn some things here and hopefully share some info was well.
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    sounds like a hybrid Jefferson deadlift just with one hand - this variation is more so for glute development
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    I'm not going to the youtube channel. You should learn how to embed videos if you want us to watch you rstuff.

    Sounds like either a hybrid jefferson deadlift or a suitcase deadlift. If the latter, then it is good for training core stability and grip:
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    I took the bait and went to the YT channel. Its a Jefferson lift hybrid, not suitcase deadlift, or true single arm deadlift. Its more of a squat movement than deadlift. Think trap bar deadlift or belted goblet squats off of high blocks (forget the name of these) to take out back stress would be far better. JM2cents
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    Im not sure how safe the one arm deadlift would be with your pre existing back issues.
    With one arm the body will want to lean to the weighted side causing a torque that you counter low back,ab and oblique strength.Even if your lifting the bar centered you will have to counter the force trying to take you to the lifting arm.
    In the grip world they do one arm thick bar DB lifts as well as a rolling thunder handle lift but it's more grip intensive because of the thick handle weight is a bit lower than a regular bar.
    I would ask you,did your doc ok you to go ahead with this?
    You may be asking for more issues.
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    Question S****osis and One arm Deadlifts

    Hey everyone,
    I'm new to the site and to the lifting in general. I have a question about doing this movement with history of s****osis..
    My spine was moved a bit to the right, because my right side of back is stronger and bigger. Within one year of lifting i managed to bring the spine back to the proper spot and to make both sides look almost the same.. Question is, can I do this movement with my left arm to fix my back to the fullest?
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    Originally Posted by Jeriniclift View Post
    Hey everyone,
    I'm new to the site and to the lifting in general. I have a question about doing this movement with history of s****osis..
    My spine was moved a bit to the right, because my right side of back is stronger and bigger. Within one year of lifting i managed to bring the spine back to the proper spot and to make both sides look almost the same.. Question is, can I do this movement with my left arm to fix my back to the fullest?
    You would be better off talking to a specialist to get your answer. None of us are licenced to provide any kind of medical advice regarding your situation.
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