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    In this special "Beyond" installment of Animal's powerlifting tutorial series, "Big on the Basics", all-time world record-holder and Animal athlete Richard "The Ant" Hawthorne, breaks down the conventional deadlift in extreme detail. This is a master's class in the art of deadlifting, conducted by one of the strongest human beings, pound for pound, on the planet. The Ant won CAPO and he totaled 11.4 x his bodyweight. Take notes and watch your weights go through the roof.

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    Everyone who is serious about dead-lifting and lifting weight in general needs to watch this guy!

    His philosophy is outstanding.


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    Hands down the best instructional video on lifting a weight I have ever seen

    And this little gem...."Explosion, that's chaos"



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    Yeah I liked it.

    Not the usual get your hips down which is all you seem to hear from people when It comes to the deadlift and usually from people with a shit deadlift.


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    good vid.. except if you don't have the same length limbs.. and can't get the angles and position right for arms and pushing your shins forward or bum down etc

    definitely good pointers though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TTT View Post
    good vid.. except if you don't have the same length limbs.. and can't get the angles and position right for arms and pushing your shins forward or bum down etc

    definitely good pointers though.
    Yeah that dictates a lot of things.

    But the set up should be universal, and his is correct., that's just my opinion of course.


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    awesome, thanks for posting


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    I like regarding it as a push.
    1rms: BP: 140kg touch'n go, MP: 85kg, Weighted Chin ups:60kg+104kg bodyweight. Squats/deadlifts: Injured, maybe 20kg each now (including bar weight).


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    That was awsome. Recently i have felt my arse is to high and im not low enough but seems i was right where i should be. Deff need to work on the hip drive though, probably my weakest bit. i do find when im in the same pos as him, its a fucking long way down to that bar tho


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    Best deadlift tuition vid I've seen.
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