🚨DON’T SQUAT THE DEADLIFT & VICE VERSA

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🔥 DON’T SQUAT THE DEADLIFT & VICE VERSA

🚨 It’s extremely common to see newbies “squat” their deadlift, but what’s worse than that, is that some coaches actually advice people to do so. There couldn’t be a faster way to snap your lower back, honestly.
✅✅✅When you’re performing a deadlift, you want to learn how to Hip Hinge, and not

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🚨 Squat your way down at the set up.

SQUAT THE DEADLIFT
SQUAT THE DEADLIFT

✅ The hip hinge is a flexion or extension originating at the hips that involves a posterior weight shift. With the hip hinge, you maintain a neutral spine, bending at the hips, with your knees slightly bent. This pattern relieves stress off of the lumbar spine and can prevent many injuries.

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1️⃣ Your hips will sit higher than parallel: less quad engagement and more hamstrings/posterior chain engagement.
2️⃣You’ll be able to keep your back tight which is TOO important for lower back health. –
3️⃣your shoulders will either be in line or beyond the bar, creating a favorable leverage for you to pull off of.

❌❌❌Sitting too low will instead cause many consecutive problems:

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1️⃣Sitting too low simply won’t allow you to keep your lower back tight, quite infact, it’ll tilt posteriorly, making you start with a ROUNDED lower back. Which is never safe, especially when deadlifting.
2️⃣You’re not doing this exercise for your quads.
3️⃣Your shoulders are behind the bar, creating a NON-favorable leverage for you to pull the weight up.

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🚨 PLEASE do not squat the deadlift, and definitely don’t deadlift the squat! –
Quite in fact, the opposite will work for squats. This time, the load will be directly placed on your back – so Hip Hingind doesn’t make sense, unless you’re a masochist.

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