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If an athlete is unable to maintain proper body alignment when setting up to dead regardless of whether it is from limb length or tight muscles which alternative would allow the coach to train the hinge?
When doing a conventional dead lift one should use a double overhand grip? TRUE or FALSE?
The Trap Bar Dead lift creates less of a shearing force on the spine than the conventional dead lift does. True or False?
The hands should be placed where on the bar?
True or False – The trap bar dead lift reduces the involvement of the spinal erectors and increases the involvement of the quads
True or false – the Sumo Dead lift could be an alternative to the conventional dead lift for athletes with anatomical disadvantages and or tight hips and ankles?
Could the foot placement on the Sumo dead lift be wider than the optimal squat stance?
Yes or No
True or False – There is a beginning and ending to each hip hinge. Should they look the same?
The shin angle for optimal hip hinging is: