1. To build strength and enhance power potential
2. To add muscle mass to the entire body
3. Develop core strength and rigidity
4. Injury prevention, in everyday life you have to pick things off the floor
6. Support grip strength
1. With the weights figured out, you can now step up to the bar. Your feet should be shoulder width apart, nothing less and nothing more. For the perfect stance, your feet can point just a little outward or point forward, whatever you are comfortable with. In order to determine if you have got the position right, look vertically down, the bar should be just above the balls of your feet.
2. Proceed to lower your hips in a way that helps your thighs seem parallel to the floor. While lowering your hips, take extra care to ensure that the lower part of your legs, i.e. below your knees, stays straight. Here, the angle that exists between your foot and your lower leg should rest at 90 degrees.
3. Another important part of how to deadlift is the movement should begin from a low, squat position, maintaining the barbell located close to your shins. Make use of the leg muscles to drive the load from the ground, whilst making sure your lower back is flat, the chest is up with your hips forced back; furthermore keep the mid section tight and look straight in front. Lift the weight up until you are in a standing position. Use the identical path as when you lifted it to set the load back down.
4. Breathe in and lift by extending your legs and your waist. The bar must remain close to your body while you exhale as you lift. Pause, bend your knees and lower back and return to the starting position.