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Deadlift - 8 Benefits

DeadliftDeadlift is one of the most basic exercises and it is as good as the seats, however a lot of people avoid to do it, by hearing the word "deadlift" a phobia catches them. So more people who get involved with gymnastics avoid it. Moreover, the deadlift is suitable for women as it is for men.

The execution mode of deadlift is like the image you see below, it would be good, especially if you try for the first time to do deadlifts, to have someone who is more experienced with you.

Deadlift Benefits

The deadlift have many beneficial qualities, let's see the good that this exercise offers to us:


1.Improves posture
A lot of people, mistakenly think doing deadlift will cause problems in the spine. Performing properly the deadlift there is no way to get injured or have any pain and will even help to align your spine.

2. It exercises several major muscle groups simultaneously
The deadlift train the body from the neck up and toenails!

3. Enhance metabolism
With deadlifts you can work many major muscle groups and that helps speed up your metabolism. Do not forget that the metabolic rate depends on the amount of muscle mass.

4. Increase strength
Who says no to more power?

5. Increase muscle mass

6. Increase testosterone
This only applies to men since testosterone is a male hormone

7. Empowering handle
Strengthening the grip will help a lot with many other exercises.

8. Strengthening the core

Add deadlift in your program and you will not regret it!

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