Strength

Single Leg Barbell Deadlift

The Single Leg Barbell Deadlift is a strength exercise targeting the lower body and core. It combines balance, stability, and strength training, proving beneficial for rehab and preventing injury.
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Single Leg Barbell Deadlift instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Start by standing upright, with a barbell in both hands, palms facing you.
2
Shift your body weight to one leg, keeping the knee slightly bent.
3
Bend at the waist while extending your free leg behind you, keeping your back straight.
4
Lower the barbell down towards the ground, keeping it close to the standing leg.
5
Stand back up straight, pulling the barbell back up to the starting position, and repeat for the programmed number of reps.
Start by standing upright, with a barbell in both hands, palms facing you.
Shift your body weight to one leg, keeping the knee slightly bent.
Bend at the waist while extending your free leg behind you, keeping your back straight.
Lower the barbell down towards the ground, keeping it close to the standing leg.
Stand back up straight, pulling the barbell back up to the starting position, and repeat for the programmed number of reps.
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