Deadlift


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Body-building One of three power lifting exercises—along with the squat and bench press—in which one lifts a loaded barbell off the ground from a stabilized, bent-over position
World record, two handed deadlift 498.9 kg (1100 lbs), Benedikt Magnússon
World record, one handed deadlift 333.2 kg (734.5 lbs), Hermann Goerner
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Deadlifts mainly hit the posterior chain (hamstring, glutes and back muscles).
He has a bench press best of 115kg and can deadlift 222.5kg.
On the other hand, the traditional deadlift exercise demonstrates greater activation of biceps femoris compared to BHT (Andersen et al., 2018).
Powerlifting consists of the squat, bench press and deadlift and each competitor is allowed three attempts at each lift.
This year, she came first in her weight category at the British Classic Bench Press Championships and eighth in all three powerlifting disciplines (squat, bench press and deadlift) at the British Women's Classic Championships.
When performed correctly, the deadlift works the entire posterior chain -- including the hamstrings; glutes; low, mid and upper back; as well as muscles of the quads, core, shoulders and arms.
Shedden achieved a 415kg total which included a huge 200kg deadlift personal best to take first place in the 90kg category.
Challenges include a 200kg deadlift, a farmer's 20m walk while carrying 120kg in each arm, and a giant 160kg tyre flip.
This year Phil has won the South Wales, British, European and World Powerlift Championships in deadlift categories ranging from 290kg to 310kg.
Challenges include a 200kg deadlift, a farmer's 20m walk while carrying 120 kg in each arm, and a giant 160kg tire flip.
He was also one of only two competitors to deadlift 520kg clean on the night.
And Bjornsson was one of only three competitors to deadlift 520kg clean on the night; making it a first to be seen in the Middle East.