It’s the king of all lifts. And if you don’t believe me, let the guys from Bro Science tell you all about it.

If there is one thing I’ve learned from coaching, it’s that everyone is different, and everyone communicates differently. Sometimes very differently. That’s why it’s helpful to have a ton of different tools in the toolbox to “fix” your athletes. And that’s why I like to read as many articles as I can, like this article, about the different cues you can use to communicate with an athlete. Because some athletes inherently understand that you need to keep your arms straight during a deadlift. And others need to be told things like “make your arms long”. And some athletes respond to cues like “squeeze your glutes at the top”. While others need to hear things like “crack a walnut between your butt cheeks”.

I can only assume it’s because they have tons of experience cracking walnuts between their butt cheeks…

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It's the king of all lifts. And if you don't believe me, let the guys from Bro Science tell you all about it. If there is one thing I've learned from coaching, it's that everyone is different, and everyone communicates differently. Sometimes very differently. That's why it's helpful to have...