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Unrack the bar with straight arms. Lower it to your mid-chest. Press it back up until you’ve locked your elbows. Keep your butt on the bench. Bench Press sets of five reps every StrongLifts 5×5 workout A. How to Deadlift with Proper Form: The Definitive Guide. Proper Deadlift form starts with the weight on the floor.
Pull the bar to your mid-thighs and lock your hips and knees. Return the weight to the floor by moving your hips back while bending your legs. Rest a second at the bottom and repeat. Do five reps on the StrongLifts 5×5 program. Your lower back must stay neutral to avoid injury. How to Squat with Proper Form: The Definitive Guide. The Squat is a full body compound exercise.
You Squat by bending your hips and knees while the bar rests on your upper-back. Squat down until your hips are below your knees. Keep your knees out and lower back neutral. Then Squat back up. Mastering the Snatch. The snatch is arguably the most complex weightlifting movement around.
This makes it a formidable challenge to learn on your own when armed with just a textbook or a high-ranking YouTube video or two. Yet in spite of the long odds, every day thousands of determined lifters give mastering the mighty snatch the old college try. How to Master the Power Clean. If you learned everything you knew about training from your local Bally's or 24 Hour Fitness, you could be forgiven for thinking that a squat is an exercise performed in a Smith machine with a padded tube wrapped around the middle of the bar, or that a pull-up is something you need a special body-weight-neutralizing machine to perform, or that "mixing things up" means doing preacher curls before incline curls, instead of the other way around.
You aren't that guy, of course, but just for a moment imagine that you are. Picture yourself in the gym one morning or evening, going through your usual lower-body routine of leg presses, leg extensions, and leg curls, when you see a guy do something completely foreign to your eyes. He loads an Olympic barbell with a 45-pound plate on each side, and sets it on the floor. Since you've rarely seen anyone in this gym lift a weight from the floor, you have to stop what you're doing and watch. You aren't sure what you just witnessed.