Thursday, March 10, 2014

deadlift

“The deadlift is unrivaled in its simplicity and impact while unique in its capacity for increasing head to toe strength. Regardless of whether your fitness goals are to “rev up” your metabolism, increase strength or lean body mass, decrease body fat, rehabilitate your back, improve athletic performance, or maintain functional independence as a senior, the deadlift is a marked shortcut to that end.To the detriment of millions, the deadlift is infrequently used and seldom seen either by most of the exercising public and/or, believe it or not, by athletes.”  

Read the rest of the article, which includes deadlift tips, here.

Fitness & Performance

A.

4 Rounds:

10 Single-leg Deadlift (L)

Rest 1:00

10 Single-leg Deadlift (R)

Rest 1:00

B.

4 RFT of:

15 Deadlifts 135/95

15 KBS 53/35

200m Run

Rx+ = 70/53

*16 Min Cap