By strengthening the lower back and abdominals, deadlifts can naturally improve the positioning of your spine. Though many people incorrectly believe that deadlifts will increase the risk of injury to the lower back, they’ll actually have the opposite effective when performed properly due to their strengthening effects on the back and its connecting muscles. The deadlift will help you build overall muscle size, gain functional strength, improve athletic performance and prevent injuries, and it should be a central lift in your overall training program. I recommend that deadlifts be performed 1-2 times per week using 2-4 sets of anywhere from 5-8 reps. A basic barbell deadlift is the most effective lift out there for packing mass onto your mid-back and trapezius as efficiently as possible.
You can learn more about the proper form here, and I will also cover this in detail in a future article.
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