Deadlifts. Despite the ominous name deadlifts shouldn’t kill you. Instead, deadlifts can be a lifesaver when it comes to building foundational strength and boosting athletic performance. The key is learning how to do the popular weightlifting movement with proper form, so you strengthen your muscles without stressing out your joints.
Many people shy away from front squats because they think it’s too difficult or simply too awkward. However, the placement of the bar in front of your body provides a number of benefits compared to regular squats, including reduced shearing and compressive forces on your vertebral discs, more emphasis on the rectus femoris and vastus lateralis heads of the quad, and improved core control and posture