How to do a Loop Band Deadlift

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About Loop Band Deadlift

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Instructions: How To

A compound exercise, the Loop Band Deadlift focuses on the posterior chain, including the hamstrings, glutes, and lower back. Using a loop band offers progressive resistance, improving form and strength over traditional deadlifts.

  1. Stand with feet shoulder-width apart and place the band under the midfoot area so the ends create loops for handles.
  2. Grab the ends of the band, one in each hand keeping your arms extended.
  3. Keep the feet firm on the ground throughout the exercise.
  4. Descend at a normal pace by bending the knees, bringing the hips back, keeping the eyes and chest facing forward, and keeping the back straight.
  5. Continue to descend until your thighs are parallel to the ground and the kettlebells are close to your feet.
  6. Return to the starting position by activating the glutes, extending the knees, and slowly pushing the hips forward until you are in an upright position.