The Dead Lift_ Doing It Right by jlhd32


Dead lift:After standing at the bar. Heel just below the barbell bars. Knees, grasp the barbell (anti-grasping hand is grasping hand) will be held to the leg before the bar, keep your head straight back. Stand for 20 seconds. Barbell bar as close to the body. And slow recovery in situ. Training program: do not even three times as a group, three groups were doing, resting 60 seconds between each group, under the premise of the completion of action, choose the heaviest you can lift the barbell.

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									               The Dead Lift: Doing It Right

                                                                        The dead lift is the most misunder­
                                                                   stood lift in America. Most strength
                                                                   coaches are unnecessarily afraid of it. All
                                                                   you need to do is use this spotting
                                                                   technique and your kids can lift tre­
                                                                   mendous poundages without fear of lower
                                                                   back pain. The spotter will help a little on
                                                                   the start of the lift, but his main job will
                                                                   be to pull the lifter back so that the
                                                                   weight is on the lifter's heels. After the
                                                                   lifter gets the bar past his knees, the
SPOlfillR Technique: Place one hand 011     IOIl'er   hack. Push
                                                                   spotter releases all pressure and the lifter
in s/ightlr to keep it in Rood position.                           completes the lift on his own. Paul
                                                                   Kendrick dead lifted 6651bs. fora B.F.S.
                                                                   CI i nic College record and an average
                                                                   high school starter can do 400 lbs. with
                                                                   this spotting technique. If you go for a
                                                                   max in a group or as a team, the
                                                                   enthusiasm and team spirit generated
                                                                   ca n be unbelieva ble. Coaches who leave
                                                                   the dead lift out of their program are
                                                                   really missing a great opportunity.

SpollinK Technique: Spot 011 the side Il'h('/'e the lifter ha.\
his hand lI·ider. Place crook o( elhOlI' o\'er the Iront u(
shoulder and arm under chest.

       Hints on the Clean

    Safety: Insist that a big area, at least 48 square
feet. be cleared completely for the clean. Because of
the nature of the clean, a lifter needs plenty of
uncluttered area for safety.
     Back Strain: I've heard a number of coaches
complain about the clean because their athletes
bend way back on a maximum attempt and strain
their back. Sometimes the bend of the back is nearly
parallel to the floor. A simple solution is just don't
count any cleans with more than a little back bend.                Carl Nicks of the Utah Jazz executing a clean with his
If it doesn't count. they won't do it.                             spoiler in back.

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