deadlifts

I've pulled 1,008lbs in competition. Want to know how you can lift heavier, too? Here are my top five tips for better deadlifting, no matter what kind of athlete you are.
At a meet on March 24, 2013, Efferding set a new raw record - lifting a total of 2,303 lbs. His 2,303 raw record was set with a 865.2 squat, a 600.7 bench press, and a 837.5 deadlift.
Yoga fans believe the practice does the body good, but scientists decided to break down exactly how it improves your fitness. They looked at deadlift, cardio, flexibility, grip strength, and more.
Maybe it sounds crazy, but new research shows a simple way to improve your sprinting times is to lift heavy ten minutes before you run. Not five, not twenty, but ten minutes before - and heavy!
The horrors of the Halloween season make me think of the even scarier things I see every day in the gym when new trainees attempt to do the squat, deadlift, and bench press.
This week's Friday Flick is a compilation of record-setting lifts by legendary powerlifter Ed Coan. Coan earned world titles in 4 different weight classes and is considered the best ever.
Learn a little history about competitive strength sports while pondering the question - is it possible to train powerlifting and Olympic weightlifting at the same time? Can you be competitive at both?
I love competing. But more than that I love training. And the reason I love training is simple – anyone can do it. No matter your age, ability, or lack thereof, training is open to anyone.
So you’ve done it, you pulled too hard with a rounded back on that last deadlift, or waited one second too long before tapping. You're a CrossFitter or BJJ with a hurt low back. Now what?
Are you going to sit on the Internet and read all day, or are you going to go lift something heavy? Read these articles from our expert coaches to learn everything you need to know to get STRONG.
You can drive your deadlift up to amazing numbers by NEVER deadlifting heavy. In fact, sometimes I think it is actually counterproductive to pull heavy deadlifts.
I've been a powerlifter for 15 years, but recently I learned a lesson that I need to respect my body in order to grow it. Don't make the mistake I did - lift heavy, but listen to your body!
Maybe you’re a powerlifter or maybe you’re new to strength training and a little scared of powerlifters. Either way, you could probably benefit from some science behind the use of chains.
The deadlift is a misunderstood and oft vilified movement. The truth is - we do it every day. Coach Traver Boehm shows us how to do it correctly and safely.