Rating: 3.0/5.0
Posted by FitClick
Wednesday, February 16, 2011 at 4:20pm filed under Lower Back

Calories Burned:  510 calories per hour   (based on a body weight of 150 lbs.)
Primary Muscles Trained:  Spinal Erectors
Secondary Muscles Trained:  Thighs
Take a shoulder width grip on the barbell with an alternating palm grip (one palm up and the other palm down). Your feet should be about shoulder width apart and your knees should be bent at the starting position.

Your lower and upper back should remain straight and your head up throughout the movement. Begin by sticking your chest forward to properly align your back. Straightening your legs and then erect your torso, as if you were standing up from a chair; you should end the movement in the standing position with your chest sticking out.

Return to the starting position by slowly lowering the weight toward the ground. The entire motion should be performed in a smooth, controlled manner that lasts about 4 seconds, with the downward movement no faster than the upward.

Exercise Comments

I don't do these much anymore
May 24, 2012 at 7:45am
His pelvis goes into slight posterior pelvic tilt at the bottom, and he doesn't show how to initiate the lift from the floor. I think a full blown tutorial video would be appropriate for this exercise.
May 12, 2011 at 7:32am
grip is a matter of preferance personally an alternating grip such as the one suggested is uncomfortable in a deadlift. the traditional over hand shown in the video is much better
February 2, 2011 at 5:20pm

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