|Powerlifting discussion on Powerlifting Exercise Descriptions, within the Bodybuilding Forum; could you describe how the deadlifts vary? You have stiff legged, conventional, and dimel deadlifts. I know only one version ...|
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|01-26-2008, 09:06 PM||#31|
| OTIS |
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could you describe how the deadlifts vary? You have stiff legged, conventional, and dimel deadlifts. I know only one version but i dont know which one it is. How do they change the exercise's function?
|01-28-2008, 08:10 AM||#32|
| MONSTAFACE |
you can go to youtube and type the names in of the exersices and they will explain them. in a sense thye hit all of the same muscles bu eahc one stresses more muscle. one hits the hams more, one hits th eback more, etc
|02-24-2012, 09:56 PM||#35|
| HudsOFrANk |
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On a flat bench or an incline bench set at a low angle, begin with a set of dumbbells sitting on your chest with one end facing up and palms facing your feet. The "bells" of the dumbells should be touching each other.
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