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elitefts™ Deadlift Manual

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You don't build a big deadlift by accident — and we certainly didn't put together this manual together by accident, either.

Length: 60 pages

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$19.99

elitefts™ Deadlift Manual (eBook)

Based off of our most popular series of deadlift articles.

60 pages

Powerlifting meets are made up of the big three for a reason.

The squat has always been the definitive test of lower body power. It is an integral part of any training program for developing athletic ability and has permanently cemented its place in strength and conditioning programming by increasing sprint speed, improving mechanical patterns of jumps, and preventing injury by building the musculature of sports-specific movements.

The bench press became the American Lift during Arnold and big-gun era when cultural icons such as Lou "Hulk" Ferrigno popularized big pecs and 20-inch arms. If a bodybuilder walks through a grocery store, he will inevitably be asked, "How much do you bench?"

But this leaves one lift out: the deadlift. While the squat holds its importance due to its capability to indicate lower body strength, and the bench press is a point-of-pride amongst gym rats and the beach-physique extraordinaire, the deadlift has a mystique all of its own.

You see, you don't build a big deadlift by accident. And you'll almost never go to a party and be asked, "How much weight can you pick up off the floor?"

The glory of a heavy deadlift begins and ends inside the circle of weightlifting devotees. It is a sign of honor that represents a lifter's ability to say, "I don't care about the popular majority. I am strong because I want to be strong."

The deadlift is true strength. It isn't a fashion statement for aesthetic chasers to post about on their Instagram profiles. It is the definitive movement that separates lifters from athletes and gym rats.

This eBook has everything you will ever need to build a monster deadlift. Taken from the best and most popular elitefts deadlift articles, this manual is the definitive guide to the final powerlift. In it, you will find:

  • Why Dave Tate Hates the Deadlift
  • Biomechanical Analysis of the Deadlift
  • Deconstructing the Deadlift
  • Sumo Deadlift: eliteftsル Roundtable Discussion
  • Conventional Pulling for the Sumo Deadlifter
  • Finnish Deadlift Secrets
  • 14 Deadlift Tips and Tricks
  • Lightning Deadlifts
  • Steve Goggins Deadlift Training Tips
  • Deadlifting Off Pins and Blocks
  • 10-Week Intermediate Deadlift Program
  • How to Add 100 Pounds to Your Pull
  • 24 Week Deadlift Routine
  • The Death Lift
  • Hook Grip 101
  • So, You Think You Can Deadlift?

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