Do you sometimes round your back when you deadlift? This 1 weird deadlift teaching technique works like a charm if you’re having trouble getting a client to keep their back straight when it comes to the barbel deadlift.
If you’re a beginner this technique might a bit difficult, but if you can master it you ‘ll be on your way to deadlifting without back pain.
If you’re a more advanced lifter, you probably already do this – but it matters more when you’re deadlifting 350lbs+
If you’ve watched as many deadlift video I have, you may have heard people say
“Pull the slack of the bar first.”
This Deadift Technique video details how to do what I’m asking, without lifting the weight. It’s a training and teaching tool helps improve motor patterns to prevent low back pain in the deadlift and of course, lift more weight.