My name is Robert Weeks, and today I'm going to teach you about deadlifting and tailbone pain. If you are experiencing pain after deadlifting there's really only one reason for this. And it's not because of a preexisting condition I can promise you. It's because you are doing the exercise wrong. The reason for this is is a lot of people will go to the gym and they'll see other people doing a deadlift. Or they hear from the grapevine that deadlifting is very key and essential for you to do a proper body building anatomy. They're actively right in that but they don't go against the grain to find out how to do the exercise correctly. Well if this is someone like you just give me a minute of your time and I'll show you how to do the exercise correctly. Make sure your weight is level to the ground. Once you do there should be some lines indicating in a straight bar of where you should put your arms at. You're then going to lift off. I'm going to completely lock my arms so that my elbows aren't bent. I'm then going to have it resting on my top of my quadriceps. I'm then going to lower it back to the ground in the same position I picked it up in. I'm going to do this in a very controlled and slow manner so that I am literally picking up dead weight. I don't the weight to be slinging around in the air. I don't want it to be explode, I don't want explosion. I don't want my back to be hunched over too forward. Your lower back muscles are a very small set of muscles and they are not really strong enough to pick up the amount of weight you are going to be doing and your body as well. And that's been tailbone pain after deadlifting. See you next time guys.