Build core strength, leg power and overall conditioning with the king of all exercises, the Deadlift. As you learn proper technique, form and new variations from pro and college strength coaches, you'll realize why the Deadlift exercise is one of the best ways to build muscle and get stronger.
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Latest Videos in Deadlift
NFL prospect Terron Beckham, cousin to NFL wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., shows massive strength with this 585-pound Deadlift at TEST Football Academy in Martinsville, New Jersey.
Watch how to fix common mistakes while performing the Deadlift.
Miami pitcher Tom Koehler performs Trap Bar Deadlifts to develop a stronger and more powerful lower body, which increases his pitching velocity. He finishes the superset with a breathing drill that improves his mobility.
Try these deadlift variations to increase your lower-body power.
During a cluster set, you’ll actually rest between reps during a set. It’s common to perform one to two reps for up to 10 total reps, resting for 10 to 30 seconds between rep blocks.