To keep themselves fit, women also do many weight exercises. But it is often seen that women avoid the exercise of deadlift due to wrong information. They think that by deadlifting may disturb their figure. But deadlift exercise helps to tone all the muscles in their body and helps them to attain fitness goal. (Also read: Tips to make workout interesting by removing boredom)
Let’s know the reasons why women should practice deadlift.
How to do deadlift
To perform the deadlift, use lightweight plates on the barbel at the beginning and once you get into the habit and understand the posture, gradually increase the weight. To practice, deadlift puts the weight on the barbel, widen the legs equal to the waist and hold the barbel equal to the width of the shoulders with hands, then stand upright. Now keeping the hands straight, bring the barbel and hips downwards. Keep your lower legs and waist straight. After the thighs are parallel to the ground, take the body back up.
Fitness and conditioning
To give strength to the body, the dead lift is very effective exercise and it also conditions and tones your muscles. Because this does not have any side effects on your body joints unless you continue to do it correctly. It helps in improving any of your physical imbalances. Practice 8-10 rep has a positive effect on your muscles and it also cures your metabolism. (Also read: Kettlebell workout to increase muscle strength and size)
Deadlift does not widen your waist
Many women do not perform deadlift because of the fear of getting a thicker waist but it is wrong to think like that. The deadlift tends to your waist’s muscles, so there is no need to panic. Just start with a lightweight and avoid doing more till you have developed the strength.
Fix Pelvic muscles
Women’s pelvic muscles bend due to many problems, which can cause trouble. This problem is fixed by the deadlift exercises. Posture and weight pressure used in deadlifts are helpful in directing this muscles. (Also read: Effective seated workout to make the whole body muscular)