How to Do Deficit Deadlift
The deficit deadlift should begin with 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 the deficit deadlift.
Beginning Deficit Deadlift
1. You can set up by standing on a 1 or 2 inch mat, elongating your legs artificially.
2. The mat should not be placed so high that your hips are higher than your shoulders.
Deficit Deadlift Movement
1, Stand one inch away from the barbell with your shins (directly over the middle of the foot).
2. Lean over with your legs straight and grab a grip just outside your legs.
3. Bring your shins forward until they make contact with the bar.
4. Squeeze your chest up to activate the muscles in your low back.
5. The bar should be dragged up your legs.
Deficit Deadlift Benefits
Increased Off-the-Feet Speed.
Strengthen your hips and lower back.
Leg strength has improved.
Hypertrophy has increased.