The deadlift is an amazing exercise and one that you should include in your strength training routine if you want to add slabs of granite-hard muscle to your body from head-to-toe, strengthen your posterior chain, and increase athletic performance. In fact, there may be no better exercise for working the hamstrings, glutes, entire back, and grip, and for making you bigger, faster, and stronger.
But deadlifts are as risky as they are beneficial. They are often blamed for back injuries, but that only happens when they’re done incorrectly—which unfortunately is often. If you can focus your technique, you can avoid deadlift back pain.
Check out the above video for the three easy tips to eliminate the back pain.
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