1. Feet Hip width apart - this is going to put us in the strongest position for our lift so we don’t lose any power from our lower half
2. Vertical Shin Angle - this again sets our lower half up in a powerful position, preventing us from squatting too much into the bottom of our deadlift and using the muscles in our posterior chain instead
3. Shoulder blades into back pockets - Once we’ve gripped the bar, this is going to engage our big back muscles in our lats so as to keep a strong spine and take up any slack from the bar.
4. Push the ground away - As with our squat, we want to ‘push the world away’ in the concentric phase of our movement so as to provide the strongest force angle
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