What is The BEST Type of Deadlift? (CHOOSE WISELY!)
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The deadlift can be argued as the single best exercise for strengthening and developing the posterior chain. And although the conventional deadlift is typically what pops into most people’s minds when they think of the deadlift, it’s important to note that there are other variations that exist; such as the sumo deadlift and the trap bar deadlift. These alternatives not only slightly vary in the muscles they work and the training adaptations they elicit, but may actually be the better option for you based on your specific anthropometry, history of injury, and mobility restrictions.
So how do you know which one is best for you? Well, let’s take a quick look at each type of deadlift.
The conventional deadlift, which is the most popular option, is characterized by a narrow foot stance with the hands placed just outside of the knees. This causes the conventional deadlift form to have a more horizontal trunk angle during the setup than the other forms of the deadlift. This also means that this deadlift will involve the greatest lower back demands and will work the lower back muscles to the greatest degree. While also having the greatest mobility requirements. If you’ve had previous lower back injuries, then the conventional deadlift may not be best for you.
The sumo deadlift, a popular alternative, is characterized by a wider foot stance with the hands placed inside the knees at about shoulderwidth apart. This causes the sumo deadlift to have a more vertical trunk angle and resembling more of a squat movement than the other forms of the deadlift do. As for whether you should do the sumo deadlift vs conventional, it can be a good option since the upright angle of the setup decreases the stress placed on the lower back. It does however limit the range of motion (which can be argued as less effective for hypertrophy) while working the quadriceps more. If you struggle with conventional or would like the added emphasis on the quads, then the sumo would be the best option for you.
The trap bar deadlift, or hex bar deadlift uses a different type of bar such that you grip the bar at your sides rather than in front of you. As a result, the trunk angle is slightly more vertical than the conventional deadlift but more horizontal than the sumo deadlift. The main benefit of the trap bar deadlift vs straight bar vs sumo deadlift, is that there is the least demand on the lower back. This is because the grip handles are at your sides. In addition, this type of deadlift is the best for athletes seeking to improve their explosive performance, power output, and force production. So if you’ve had past lower back issues or want to improve your athleticism, this is the deadlift for you.
Just keep in mind that there’s not one version that’s best for everyone. Instead, it’s vital that you choose the right variations based on your specific goals and what best suits your body and your history of injury.
And if you’re looking for an allinone evidencebased program that does exactly that, such that you can see the fastest results possible but in a safe and detailed manner, then take the starting point quiz below to determine what program is best for you:
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Deadlifts are KILLING Your Gains (OH SH*T!)
The deadlift is one of the most fundamental exercises you can include in any strength program, but is it killing your gains? In this video, I react to the recent interview Robert Oberst did with Joe Rogan on the JRE podcast in which the world champion strongman stated that unless you were a competitive deadlifted, you should avoid the movement all together in your workouts because the risk reward ratio is not worth the potential injury particularly if you are a professional athlete.
I think it’s fair to start by saying that I have been known to bury a few bad exercises in my iron graveyard. Specifically, I believe that the upright row and behind the neck shoulder press are two of the worst exercises you could ever include in your workouts and should be avoided at all costs. Not only are they highly likely to lead to injury but there are superior alternatives that nullify even doing them in the first place.
That said, the deadlift is not one of those exercises that I would suggest not doing. I believe it is one of the most fundamental movement patterns for not just our training plans but for every day life. The need to perform it correctly however is magnified due to the fact that the loads capable of being lifted on this exercise exceed what may be able to be done on any other single exercise.
I do think it’s helpful to apply some context to what Robert is saying however. He is coming from an experience set that demanded he lift as much as he possibly could in order to win whatever competition he was competing in. The difference between first and second place could come down to lifting a weight or not. If a compromise in form was needed to do that, so be it. The end result however was that along with some titles came some unwanted body breakdown that could lead to regrets down the road.
The comments made about the reality of pro sports weight rooms are very true. I can tell you having spent a great deal of time in professional sports training athletes that these guys are not often the best lifters. They got to where they are because of their incredible innate talents and physical gifts. Often times, they learned poor lifting technique at an early age and their ability to compensate through it makes it difficult to spot as they make their way up through college and to the pros.
Forcing these athletes to perform lifts that are supposed to be good for them when their bodies may not be prepared for them properly, could lead to repercussions that could cost them their careers and the purpose of why they are where they are in the first place. This is especially true when you realize that there are other exercises like the power clean and hang clean that can give a training effect with fewer side effects if they are dealing with deadlifting limitations.
This all underscores the importance of redefining what strength really is. It is not simply adding more and more plates to the ends of the bar. Instead, it is realizing that strength is founded on stability. The ability to keep your body free from compensation and lift a weight as mechanically intended without subjecting areas of the body to stresses they shouldn’t normally incur. This doesn’t always manifest itself as blatantly bad form. As discussed in the video, it can be a lot less obvious.
The bottom line is, the deadlift is an important exercise that I believe should not be avoided. It should be learned and learned early however. If you’re looking for programs that teach you how to do this important lift the right way and program it into our day by day workout programs, be sure to click the link below and pick out the ATHLEANX program that best suits your specific goals.
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