Reeves Deadlift

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How to do the Reeves Deadlift:

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Traps secondary Forearms secondary Quads secondary Calves secondary Middle back secondary Lower back secondary Glutes secondary Hip flexors secondary Hamstrings primary Muscles diagram

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The reeves deadlift is a free weights exercise that primarily targets the hamstrings and to a lesser degree also targets the traps, forearms, quads, calves, middle back, lower back, glutes, and hip flexors ...more

The reeves deadlift is a free weights exercise that primarily targets the hamstrings and to a lesser degree also targets the traps, forearms, quads, calves, middle back, lower back, glutes, and hip flexors.

The only reeves deadlift equipment that you really need is the following: barbell. There are however many different reeves deadlift variations that you can try out that may require different types of reeves deadlift equipment or maye even require no equipment at all.

Learning proper reeves deadlift form is easy with the step by step reeves deadlift instructions, reeves deadlift tips, and the instructional reeves deadlift technique video on this page. The reeves deadlift is a pull exercise for those with a expert level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the reeves deadlift video, learn how to do the reeves deadlift, and then be sure and browse through the reeves deadlift workouts on our workout plans page!

Tips

  1. Imagine you are trying to touch your shoulders to your ears when you shrug the weight up.
  2. Perform the exercise in one fluid motion. Don't stop at the top and then do a shrug, move right into the shrug as you come up out of the deadlift.
  3. Wear a weight lifting belt to avoid injury to your lower back.

Variations

  1. Perform a Reeves Deadlift with straight legs and without shrugging.
  2. Perform exercise on an EZ-bar for a shorter reach.
  3. Perform a traditional Barbell Shrug or Deadlift.

Types

  • Force Type: Pull
  • Mechanics Type: Compound

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Tips

  1. Imagine you are trying to touch your shoulders to your ears when you shrug the weight up.
  2. Perform the exercise in one fluid motion. Don't stop at the top and then do a shrug, move right into the shrug as you come up out of the deadlift.
  3. Wear a weight lifting belt to avoid injury to your lower back.

Variations

  1. Perform a Reeves Deadlift with straight legs and without shrugging.
  2. Perform exercise on an EZ-bar for a shorter reach.
  3. Perform a traditional Barbell Shrug or Deadlift.

Types

  • Force Type: Pull
  • Mechanics Type: Compound