One of the exercises that has always given me a hard time is the deadlift. In my opinion, performed heavy, the deadlift is the most taxing movement you can perform in the gym. However, if done correctly, the benefits of the deadlift can be astounding. Packing on slabs of rock hard muscle, getting leaner, stronger and correcting posture can't be a bad thing. My good friend Joe Meglio has put together some great videos for you to take advantage of and learn form one of the best in the game. He has deadlifted 3 times his bodyweight to hoist an impressive 600 pounds from the floor. The first video is "How To Deadlift" while the second is about correcting your technique and attacking your weaknesses.
In these two videos, Joe provides a ton of rock solid information the will help your current strength training program be more successful. If you are planning on following my new Dirty 35 project, this deadlift program from Joe is the perfect supplement to accompany your Dirty 35 training. My deadlift has always been my weakness, and Joe provides great solutions to the problem.
Please take a moment to CLICK HERE and check out Joe's program. For the next 2 days he is running a little special on Deadlift Like A Man, and if you pick up the program through THIS LINK, send your receipt to me via email to email@example.com and I will hook you up with a cool gift. I will send you my detailed Fat Loss Program and Principles of fat loss article that will change the way you think about getting lean and jacked. Whether you want to take a brief period to get lean with the FLP or use his Deadlift Like a Man program in conjunction with The Dirty 35 Project, they are both winners.
I just got back from my European tour and while I had a blast abroad, it is great to be home. I always wish I took more pictures when I go away, and this time is no exception. However, the following video shows a few of the pictures and videos I took along the way. There is not enough space on the internet to thank everyone individually for making it possible for me to take this trip and put on these seminars. Everyone I hugged and whose hands I shook in the past three weeks must know that this wouldn't be possible without you. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I look forward to the next seminar trip, but for now, enjoy the video, and if you're interested, I'll try to write a little about my trip as well.