Are Dead Lifts Bad For Your Back And When Should I Take Whey Protein For The Best Results
Ok, Hi, I was reading the description of doing the dead lifts, it sounds like they might be bad for your back, but you know more about the exercise than I do, so that’s why I’m asking.
Dead lifts should only be attempted with a healthy back (or healthy body for that matter).
Like any exercise it targets a specific muscle such as the lower back.
If you did the bench press, the major muscle being exercised is the pectorals (chest).
However, like the bench press, the dead lift is a compound exercise which involves more than one muscle group which makes this exercise so powerful.
But the fact of the matter remains that the primary muscle being worked is the major back muscles.
As long as you have a healthy back and use the proper form when performing the exercise, you can really benefit from performing the dead lift. Now, you have to remember that this exercise must be done in proper form.
However, if you have lower back problems, don’t try this exercise. Talk to your doctor about doing such exercises and get his/her go ahead first.
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You have to remember that timing is everything when it comes to proper supplementation, as well as consistency.
As soon as you get into the locker room after your workout, take out your protein drink and consume it.
All the best,
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