dead lift


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dead lift

n.
A lift in weightlifting in which the weight is lifted from the floor to the level of the hips and then lowered by controlled effort to the floor.
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Strength examples would be squats, leg presses, seated rows, dead lifts, stiff-legged dead lifts, and high pulls.
After a warmup that included using a foam roller on muscles followed by short sprints and skipping forward and backward, the boys got into the day's workout: dead lifts, bench presses, squats and military presses, as well as two exercises with kettle bells.
For the squat I broke the record by 10kg, the bench press by 10kg and the dead lift by 15kg.
1 -- 2) Trainer Kathy Kaehler gets ready to do the Dead Lift, above, and bends forward with weights in her hands, right.
But that's nothing compared to the 48stone she lifted in a recent competition in three categories - the squat, the bench press and the dead lift.
He returned to the 2002 Gay Games in Sydney to set records for the squat, the dead lift, and total pounds lifted.
In the elite sport of drug-free powerlifting -- which focuses on three lifts, the bench press, barbell squat, and dead lift -- Jeffries has won state, regional, national, and world championships.
It has a powerful magnetic base with a 1283 dead lift rating.
The format, with actors recreating the incident backed up by the talking heads of people involved recalling the events, is a dead lift from 999 - but without the drama.
She won the bench press with a 95-pound lift and the dead lift with a 200-pound lift.
Complete each exercise with a weight that you can't do more than five reps of: Bench press, three set of five reps Dead lift, three set of five reps Squats, three set of five reps
His best squat is 535 pounds, and his top dead lift is 465.