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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After teaching hundreds of women how to dead lift, overhead press and upright row at some of London's top gyms, the strength and conditioning trainer has condensed her years of knowledge and experience into one handy book.
TAKE THE STRAIN: Orcadian Calum Lewis feels the pain as he does a dead lift during the John o' Groats Strongest Man competition organised by Kevin MacGregor
"Resistance bands and dead lift exercises will not only tone your back, but also firm your buttocks -- an important area that is often overlooked when toning up for this type of dress."
As the competitors limbered up for rounds including the car lift, log for reps, stones of strength and the dead lift for max they and the crowds were welcomed to the arena by the Mayor of Telford & Wrekin Councillor Raj Mehta.
SARASOTA, FLORIDA * Ashley Savigne looked intently at the barbell for her dead lift to an overhead press.
The competition will be comprised of 3 different lifts including Squat, Bench and Dead Lift. Competition begins promptly at 9:00 a.m.
The 30-year-old Hall won last year's WSM competition held in Botswana, where he posted a world record dead lift on a 462.66-kilogram (1,020-pound) long bar.
While there was no improvement for dead lift, I had no pain!
They will take part in challenges such as the vehicle pull, vehicle dead lift and the farmer's walk.
Sybil won four gold medals in the 47kilogramme category for squat, bench press, dead lift, and total weight Sunday morning.
She also showed brilliant performance in Bench-Press and Dead Lift events.