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    Dont Fear the Deadlift - by Chip Conrad - Nov 14th 2006

    Chip Conrad explains how to perform the deadlift and some variations you can perform. He also gives some useful techniques to help you perfect your deadlift that you won't soon forget!

    http://www.wannabebig.com/article.php?articleid=281

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    Great article! Funny thing is, I have never been afraid of the deadlift, but the squat or bench press.....That's a different story!!!..lol...

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    Awesome article.. VERY VERY informative.
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    I can't thank you enough for this article. I pulled a muscle in my lower back in june attempting to do dead lifts and haven't tried any since. This gives me some confidence now.

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    Great article, the information was easy & simple for me to understand because I'm not very familiar with Deadlift, so this article helped a lot.

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    very informative, thanks!

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    Great read. The only program with the article is that it makes it look so simple.

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