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HomeBody Building SupplementsDoes the Deadlift Build Size? - Bigger Stronger Leaner - COMMUNITY

Does the Deadlift Build Size? – Bigger Stronger Leaner – COMMUNITY

How to Pull if Muscle Growth is the Goal

Want bigger hams and glutes? Rethink the conventional deadlift. Here’s why.

The conventional deadlift isn’t your best bet if you’re trying to build bigger legs and glutes. Here’s why and what to do instead.

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I do RDLs one session in the week, and SLDLs in another right now. SLDLs are still a relatively new exercise for me as I’ve spent more time with either conventional DL or a TBDL…but I feel wonderful doing them. My hamstrings feel fantastically targeted and lifting a weight in that style with my posterior feels like it’s going to do wonders over time to my erectors etc. I never really have back pain with conventional deadlifts but something about it feels way safer too. I don’t go for big grinders, but on the tough reps, lifting weight without my quads driving it seems to have my posterior always stay as tight as required and I can say “nope” before I think there’s any chance of failure. With a conventional I can be more likely to leave a leak somewhere whilst just grinding through with my quads.

With this massive positive it’s also way more natural to do slower eccentrics, which means the bosu ball squatters and elliptical lords can stop complaining about the noise.

Now, if only there was a way to subdue my ego and let people know I’m doing a different exercise to a deadlift and can actually lift more than this. :sunglasses:

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