AWESOME Deadlift Variation (Dumbbells + Resistance Bands)

*This deadlift variation using dumbbells + resistance band WILL have you feeling awesome!! It’s unlike any other type of deadlift.*

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The deadlift is one of the best full-body exercises you can do. Many trainers would argue it’s THE best, because it’s the perfect example of a compound exercise, which means it forces you to use multiple muscle groups at once.

Expert Strength Coach Brian Klepacki and special guest Vania Bradway, WBFF Fitness Pro, show you a unique version of the deadlift that uses a set of dumbbells and resistance bands,.

As a result of this particular movement, your glute, hamstring development becomes more efficient and growth is seen faster because you will have more tension at the top of the lift at the lockout. This is where you really feel the glutes getting fired.

Overtime you will also lift heavier weights, allowing you to really build strength, when you’re using several big, strong muscles.

Your glutes, quads, and hamstrings are involved in just about every single lower body movement and activity so using this movement will help strengthen these muscle groups as well as your back and traps and even shoulders and triceps.

It’s very close to a total-body strength move, so you’re really challenging your strength through the whole posterior chain, primarily the glutes. The posterior chain is the group of muscles that run down the back of your body, including the calves, glutes, hamstrings, and low back.

If your goal is to change the shape of your butt, this deadlift variation can help with that. Everyone’s goals are different, and not everyone works out for aesthetic reasons, and that’s totally OK. But if that happens to be a goal of yours, deadlifts work because they target your entire backside, including the hamstrings and the glutes.


The #1 Exercise to Develop a Rounder Stronger Butt

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