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are deadlifts working your back more?


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Excerpt: I was having a discussion today with my buddy at the gym while we were doing deadlifts and he says that deadlifts should be considered more of a pulling exercise cause it involves the pulling muscles of your back, but i argued that they are a leg workout cause you are doing your leg muscles. who is more right?

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    are deadlifts working your back more?

    I was having a discussion today with my buddy at the gym while we were doing deadlifts and he says that deadlifts should be considered more of a pulling exercise cause it involves the pulling muscles of your back, but i argued that they are a leg workout cause you are doing your leg muscles. who is more right?

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    Re: are deadlifts working your back more?

    deads work many muscles... work on doing the proper form and technique
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    The whole body with a focus on the back

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    Re: are deadlifts working your back more?

    if done properly it hits back, legs, neck/shoulders, even calves and abs especially if you squeeze and lift off. pretty much a total body lift.

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    Re: are deadlifts working your back more?

    For me I consider it a back exercise but it does have a big focus on legs too.
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    Re: are deadlifts working your back more?

    It hits both among other things
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    Re: are deadlifts working your back more?

    whole body, mainly back legs

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