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The Deadlift: The Three Essential Angles by Phil Tucker
When lifting enormous loads there are few exercises that come to mind. The squat, the bench press, and the deadlift. Of these, the deadlift allows the trainee to lift the most, and in doing so the most perfect technique is required. In order to properly understand the biomechanics behind the deadlift, it is crucial to break the exercise down into its component parts. Doing so allows the trainee to best understand what is required of them, and train each part until the whole is perfected. In this article we are going to explain the three essential angles at play when the body is correctly positioned to lift, and help you adopt them so as to perfect your technique.
These three angles are the angles of the knee, the angle of the hip, defined by the femur and the plane of the torso, and the back angle, defined by the plane of the back when set against the ground. Each of these three angles can vary depending on the trainee