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CONTENTSPART I: WHYI HATE THE DEADLIFTPART III: DECONSTRUCTING THE DEADLIFTPART VIII: LIGHTNING DEADLIFTSPART II: BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF THE DEADLIFTPART VII: 14 DEADLIFT TIPS AND TRICKSPART IV: SUMO DEADLIFT: ELITEFTS ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONPART IX: STEVE GOGGINS: DEADLIFT TRAINING TIPPART V: CONVENTIONAL PULLING FOR THE SUMO DEADLIFTERPART VI: FINNISH DEADLIFT SECRETSFORWARDDISCLAIMERp.10p.30p.74p.24p.68p.42p.78p.56p.60p.07p.03The first and simple reason why I hate the deadlift is that I’ve always sucked at it and making gains on it was the slowest process in the world. Actually