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Complete 1 deadlift that is 3x your own bodyweight while maintaining perfect form!
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For those interested in body building or putting on mass for athletic performance, a very common exercise is the deadlift. A common goal for those looking to be considered one of the strongest people in the world is to be able to dead lift more than 3 times their body weight. In order to successfully complete the 3x Bodyweight Deadlift Challenge, you must properly prepare for the challenge.
In order to complete this challenge you will need to be very strong. The deadlift is a move where you will attempt to life a very heavy barbell or deadlift square directly off the ground. Unlike a power clean, you will not have to lift this above your head. Completing the deadlift requires that you have very strong leg muscles and a very strong back. Because of this, you should focus much of your weight training regimen on strengthening these muscle groups.
While completing the deadlift requires a lot of strength, you also need to be conscious about your weight. The 3x Bodyweight Deadlift Challenge is a weight based challenge so if you weigh less, you will have to lift a lower level of weight in order to complete the challenge. Be sure to follow a diet that focuses on consuming plenty of vitamins and protein. This will ensure that you will be able to gain muscle mass, but not unnecessary fat.
The deadlift is a complicated exercise to master and to get the best results you will need to use proper form. To ensure that you learn the form correctly you should complete the exercise at least a few times per week. At the beginning you should use lighter weights until you have mastered the form. This will help prevent injuries from occurring as well.
The day of the 3x Bodyweight Deadlift Challenge you should get ready for the challenge by going warming up. This should include spending at least 20 minutes stretching and another 15 minutes jogging. Having warm and loose muscles will ensure that your body is prepared to lift the maximum weight possible and avoid any injuries.
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