Strength

Barbell Hex Bar Deadlift

Boost your total-body strength with the Barbell Hex Bar Deadlift exercise. Specifically targets legs, hips, back, improves stability and balance, and helps build power and endurance.
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Barbell Hex Bar Deadlift instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Stand in the middle of a hex bar, positioning your feet about shoulder-width apart.
2
Bend your knees and hinge at your hips to grab hold of the handles.
3
Stand up by extending your hips and knees, lifting the bar off the ground. Keep your back straight.
4
Pause for a moment at the top with your hips and knees fully extended. Remember to keep your shoulders back and your chest up.
5
Lower the bar back to the ground and repeat for the programmed number of reps.
Stand in the middle of a hex bar, positioning your feet about shoulder-width apart.
Bend your knees and hinge at your hips to grab hold of the handles.
Stand up by extending your hips and knees, lifting the bar off the ground. Keep your back straight.
Pause for a moment at the top with your hips and knees fully extended. Remember to keep your shoulders back and your chest up.
Lower the bar back to the ground and repeat for the programmed number of reps.
Equipment needed
Bands
Barbell
Battle Ropes
Bench
Bosu
Box
Cables
Dip Bar
Dumbbell
EZ Curl Bar
Hex Bar
Kettlebell
Ladder
Machine
Pull-Up Bar
Yoga Ball
Muscles used
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Back
Front
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