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Deadlift corrections to fix your lockout and spare your back

This article is for lifters who fall into two camps.   Firstly, the people for whom any reasonable volume of deadlifting gives them either a back pump or pain/spasm. Secondly, people for whom their lockout is especially laborious and slow.   If you don’t have the BASICs down, have a look at this video from
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IIFYM - Don't be dumb

Yet another article on If It Fits Your Macros (hereafter IIFYM). I know these have been done to death, but I’m hoping to give a slightly novel perspective of flexible dieting for longer-term success. Those who are experienced dieters will almost certainly consider this not news, but if you’re somebody using a macro-tracking approach (or
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Strength training articles

See below for the links to a two part article series I contributed for Fitness First Magazine about strength training. Note that the nutrition subsections were not written by me   Part One http://ffmag.com/strength-training-101-beginner-strength-workout/   Part Two http://ffmag.com/heavy-lifting-advanced-strength-workout/   If you like this stuff, I’ll send you more stuff. It’s free, sign up here.
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Training and Eating on Holiday

Originally posted on Lucid Health Coaching’s blog I’m Will Berkman – I’m a personal trainer, exercise/sports scientist and dietitian (although – full disclosure, I haven’t completed my accreditation). I’ve represented Australia twice in powerlifting with no great distinction. I’ve been as heavy as 116kg of handsome blob and DEXA scanned at <9% bodyfat at 85-87kg
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