Hold your dumbbells in each hand in front of your body. Push your butt back, keep your shoulders pulled back and your legs straight while you look forward and allow your hands to come down toward your shins and ankles. As you do this the backs of your legs will get really tight and that will be your cue to come back up to stand. As you come back up to stand, squeeze your glutes at the top. This will protect your back.
When doing RDL’s, make sure you keep your chest proud (shoulders pulled back) and your chin forward, no slumping with your upper body.
RDL’s increase your glute, hamstring and posterior chain strength. They will help you increase your back squat, deadlift and overall back strength.
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