Hi, my name is Holly Del Rosso, and this is deadlifts and the neck. A lot of people have improper position when they're performing deadlifts which can result to injury. For our form checkpoints in our deadlift you want to make sure that our neck is neutral making sure that you're hinging at your hips, knees are slightly bent, and that your feet are pointed straight ahead. You put your weight on your heels that you engage your glutes and your hamstrings. Ready guys, shoulders back, going down the neck, keeping that good form, squeezing your glutes and coming up. Going down the neck is neutral and come up. For best results in deadlifts you want to perform 3 sets of 10 reps 2 to 3 times per week. In our next variation were gonna use a kettle bell. This is a great alternative to dumbbells and in many ways it can be more effective. So you're gonna have your shoulders back. You're gonna get into your awesome position with your neck neutral. Drop down, squeeze your glutes. Come down into deadlift, squeeze your glutes. For best results of this exercise make sure you're doing 3 sets of 10 reps 2 to 3 times per week.