"I'm glad that people are getting inspired," she said.
Stop doing deadlifts dead wrong.
There was that sharp, metallic taste of blood in my mouth (apparently, this can happen after an extremely intense work out). I was huffing and puffing like a birthing water buffalo. But I was alive. And I felt amazing.
The Mistake: Rolling the shoulders. The Fix: Rolling shoulders at the top of the lift can be pretty damaging -- while shoulders
As your hips move back the dumbbells should stay close to the front of your legs. Once you feel a good stretch in your hamstrings