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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

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    Wannabebig New Member
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    deadlift help

    i recently started doing dead lifts and i understand why people love them. but i have a little problem, while i'm doing them the right side of my back feels really roasted but the left side not so much. im i doing them wrong or is it just me freaking out

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    could be a number of things. one, your right side could be weaker. two, you're imbalanced or footing may be wrong, which leads into number three, your form is wrong.

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    Have u tried swapping ur mixed grip around?

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    Is your grip symmetrical on the bar?

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    yeah thats gotta be it. I do left hand supinated and right pronated every time and i start to notice that its really difficult to switch it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corey170 View Post
    yeah thats gotta be it. I do left hand supinated and right pronated every time and i start to notice that its really difficult to switch it up
    Chalk up and switch up. The sooner you start doing it, the easier it will be to learn. Also, do as much as you can with overhand grip.

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    that could be it. i didnt even think of that.

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    thanks guys, i think it is the grip. i make sure that it is symmetrical on the bar but i never swap the grip around. ill try doing that

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    I used to have the same problem. For me it was form, which I thought was dead on (I was wrong). Once I fixed my form, the problem went away. I also think it may be because you are new. Your right/Left leg may be stronger from lack of training, and as such, your body tilts when lifting.
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