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How to Do Barbell Deadlift to Row

Each barbell deadlift to row should begin with a good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.

If any pain is experienced, immediately stop this barbell deadlift to row.


Beginning Barbell Row Deadlift

1. Using a shoulder-width grip, grab a properly loaded barbell. Set the shoulders and engage the core.

2. Hinge at the hips until the bar is just below the knees, keeping the core engaged and shoulders set.

3. Return to the starting position and repeat the barbell deadlift row for reps or time.


Barbell Row Deadlift Movement

1. Choose a relatively light barbell. Stand with your feet about shoulder-width apart, and hold the barbell in either an overhand or underhand grip, with your arms fully extended and the barbell resting against your thighs.

2. Draw up your spine and make sure that your head, shoulders, hips, and knees are in line. Making sure that your back remains straight, bend your knees slightly, and hinge forward from your hips so that your back is about 45 degrees to the floor. Allow your arms to hang down directly from your shoulders.

3. Hold your torso still and drive your elbows back and bring the barbell toward your abdomen. Make sure that your elbows don't flare out. Pause for a moment then slowly lower the barbell until your arms are hanging down from your shoulders. Make sure that your back doesn't arch or round at any point during the lifting or lowering phase.

4. Straighten up to a standing position by pushing the hips forward and bring the barbell back to rest against your thighs. Repeat for the required number of repetitions.


Barbell Row Deadlift Benefits

This exercise can be done at home or in the gym.

This efficient exercise allows you to work muscles in both your upper and lower body at the same time. The deadlift helps build strength and power in your lower back and legs, and the row will target the back muscles.

Exercise Aliases

How To Do Barbell Deadlifts, Deadlift with a Barbell, Barbell Row Deadlift.

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