My favourite lift by far is the deadlift. There's something so satisfying about lifting heavy shit off the floor. So when I learned about a new e-book making its rounds about how to deadift more frequently, I didn't hesitate on making the purchase (despite the fact that I had crazy bills to pay this month).
Off The Floor is a 90-page manual on all things deadlift-oriented. In the manual, Dellanave naturally reveals the more popular deadlift variations. But he also highlights the less popular, quirkier deadlift variations that is actually more 'body-friendly' that we could incorporate into our training programmes.
But what I find most mindblowing was Biofeedback Testing.
I'm quite sure all of us in our training history have felt that certain lifts felt especially shitty on certain days. And not wanting to feel like a loser, we plough through the lifts only to feel shittier still. The thing is... our body is actually telling us that that particular exercise is not a good idea for that particular day. So the next best thing is to use another variant of the exercise instead.
It could be something as simple as changing your stance slightly or change the lift altogether e.g. from conventional deadlifts to sumo deadlifts. So how do you know when a lift is not suitable on a given day?
Enter Biofeedback Testing whereby you test your CNS readiness for a particular lift with something as simple as monitoring your ROM. I believe Dellanave himself could provide a better explanation on this. So head over here for a video on how to execute biofeedback testing.
I won't earn a single dime if you purchase the e-book. I'm just excited about this new-found knowledge and just had to share.