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Best Back Exercise for V-Tapered Lats | Dead Lift

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Uploaded on Aug 17, 2010

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The dead lift will strengthen your abs, core, biceps, grip, and every muscle on the back side of your body.

If you want a strong athletic core and a pain free back, watch this video and learn how to do the dead lift properly.
The dead lift is considered by many to be the king of all exercises. I agree. I love it. And hopefully you can grow to love it too.

Watch this video and make sure to use proper technique. Do not think that more weight is better. Perfect the form first with light weights and then and only then get aggressive with this movement.

The dead lift is one of the only exercises that will raise your anabolic hormones (testosterone and human growth hormone) naturally. The dead lift is so intense that the body perceives a life or death situation.

It;s sort of like the mother who can lift the car of of her kid with super human strength. Hormones raise to give you more strength and more aggressiveness with the dead lift.

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