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2004/01/22 23:32:25 (permalink)
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deadlifts

if i carry on doing these every time will this increase upper body size?

i heard that deadlifts are the best excercise to do for size and strength?
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    ANGEL DELIGHT
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/23 00:06:25 (permalink)
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    The deadlift is a hip dominant movement. The obvious benefitis the developement of hip and back musculature and strength in a balanced manner with the quads. They provide a loading stimulus that is ussually equal to or sometimes greater then the load presented in benching. This goes a long way to ensure muscle balance.
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/23 01:27:57 (permalink)
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    You heard right Sat, the Deadlift is King! Awesome exercise.
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    ANGEL DELIGHT
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/23 12:51:18 (permalink)
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    Deadlifts are Awesome but only if performed correctly. Could leave you to open to injury if you compromise on form.
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/23 12:55:13 (permalink)
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    Angel is right. If you plan on doing them look up correct form. Remember to keep back flat all teh way through the movement. I always look in a side mirror when I do em, helps me maintain form.
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/23 12:57:26 (permalink)
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    Angel is right. If you plan on doing them look up correct form. Remember to keep back flat all teh way through the movement. I always look in a side mirror when I do em, helps me maintain form.
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/23 13:30:30 (permalink)
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    iron head, dont look at the side mirror, it rotates the neck and can comprimise form
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/23 16:13:15 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by help2001

    iron head, dont look at the side mirror, it rotates the neck and can comprimise form



    Yeah with all the pressure on the body especially all the backside of the body how can u manage to turn ur head? Luckily our powerlifting platform has mirrors on two sides, one in front, one on the side and one right at the back showing u ur back.
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/23 16:20:59 (permalink)
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    I see what you mean guys. I guess it does feel a bit stressed, but I do look in teh mirror quickly on my sets on most reps. Should I stop doing it and trust it to form and training partner?
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/23 16:23:32 (permalink)
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    Trust your partner bro! If you can't trust them, who can you trust??
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/23 17:58:25 (permalink)
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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't you suppose to keep a slight arch in your back with your butt out, chest out, and chin up when doing deadlifts? Its generally known as the "bodybuilder's arch".
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    ANGEL DELIGHT
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/23 18:41:30 (permalink)
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    Ironhead, thanks for agreeing with me twice. Cheers Angel.
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/23 20:56:42 (permalink)
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    angel, nice cuting and pasting lol
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/23 22:27:17 (permalink)
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    angel, nice cuting and pasting lol

    Good spot. I presume you have asked t-mag to use their material without referencing them, Angel Delight?
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/23 22:54:12 (permalink)
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    I did get that information from t-mag coz I read it every week. I am a big fan of it. I was trying to explain to him how the deadlift works. Sorry I'm new, I didn't know I wasn't supposed to do that. Judging by Sats original post he didn't seem to have much knowledge of a deadlift. I won't do that again then, I'll put it into my own words. Sorry.
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/24 12:41:33 (permalink)
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    DEADLIFTS ARE THE DADDY!!!
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    MikeyFive
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/24 13:28:56 (permalink)
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    Nah, only messing. Everyone should read T-mag though
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    veganlifter
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/24 13:32:14 (permalink)
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    DEADLIFTS ARE THE DADDY (*all together*) DEADLIFTS ARE THE DAAAAADDYYYY!!!!










    have a DL session in 30 mins, need to hype myself up...
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    MikeyFive
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/24 13:42:01 (permalink)
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    quote:
    DEADLIFTS ARE THE DADDY (*all together*) DEADLIFTS ARE THE DAAAAADDYYYY!!!!

    I think you'll find Glenn Ross is the daddy, actually
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    PikeKing
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    RE: deadlifts 2004/01/24 13:45:44 (permalink)
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    no hes just fat c*nt
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