“You have to turn on your obliques” – Carson Kemp aka @ck_sandbags .
If you want to turn right on your bike or motorcycle, you have to first turn the handlebars to the left.
Sounds counter intuitive… to go right, I have to turn left.
Try it if you don’t believe me. No bullshit.
Lots of things in life are this way.
Like if you want more stability in your deadlift, you need control over your obliques.
Sounds strange… after all, deads are all about the back and hamstrings. My sides have nothing to do with it, right? Wrong.
Core stability all about your middle is key.
One thing that will immediately make your deadlift feel more solid and put your back in a more stable position is to turn on your obliques.
Sounds counter intuitive to a degree, yet you can not deny the results.
Get after some “dead bugs” or “tuck hollow body holds” before you lift and see how you feel.
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