Sohee Lee is the creator of the eat, lift, thrive movement. She is a Masters candidate in health psychology, writer, online personal trainer, IFPA bikini pro, and amateur powerlifter.
The cool thing about deadlifts is all the many ways they can be modified to fit different body types and goals.
Though there are only a handful of rules, namely “don’t get hurt,” here are 3 common mistakes that hold many people back from deadlift mastery…
PS – If you’re interested in getting stronger with the squat, bench press, and deadlift (and who isn’t?), click here!
Artemis is a former ballet dancer turned Kung Fu black belt, and the ninth woman in the world, and the lightest and smallest to date, to complete The Iron Maiden Challenge (a 24kg Pull-up, Pistol Squat, and Strict Military Press). [Read more…]
The last thing a really strong person wants is an injury that prevents her or him from doing, well, stuff that makes her or him even stronger.
As we find more and more plates on the bar, how do we make sure we aren’t actually subjecting ourselves to more and more injury risk? [Read more…]