You should never have back pain after deadlifting! Most of the reasons why people have pain after deadlifting has to do with the deadlift set up. If you’re not set up in the correct position, there’s no way in hell the execution will be on...

HOW: Get set-up laying on your back with your knees bent. Place a band on around and above your knees. Perform the exercise by separating your knees pushing out against the band as hard as you can and holding this position.   FEEL: You will...

HOW: Get set-up laying on your back with your knees bent. Place a foam roller, yoga block, your fists, or any object you feel comfortable with to squeeze in between your distal thighs and knees. You want your thighs to be at least parallel...

HOW: Example - right TFL. Get set-up standing followed by taking a step backwards and to the opposite side. For example, if you step with your right foot, it should be behind and to the left of your left foot. Now reach up into...

HOW: Get set-up standing on one leg with the hip and knee slightly bent while holding a clam motion with the other leg. While maintaining this motion, feed in and out of your hip by moving your pelvis on your hip. Think of if...

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