How to Keep Sore Hips and Shoulders From Ruining Your Deadlift

It’s awesome to see two of the best in the fitness business who are incredibly good at what they do come together to share cutting-edge information on what they do best. They show real-time breakdowns of the processes they use to train everyone, from professional athletes to weekend warriors, and even down to surgical recovery clients, and everyone in between.

Here are some clips from Complete Shoulder and Hip Blueprint, the new video series from Tony Gentilcore and Dean Somerset.


Pull-up Progression

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This information outlines volume progressions, context drills, tension development and a solid template that you can plug and play to help your clients and even yourself hit a new chin-up personal best.

Have you ever had trouble squatting or deadlifting with both feet pointing in the same direction? It could be a muscle issue, maybe flexibility or maybe it’s the fact that your hips aren’t even the same shape or point in the same direction.

Hip Integration

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In this video, you will understand why our hips are very different and forcing a symmetrical position or set up on them could be causing imbalances through the legs and hips.

How do you build a strong deadlift? What training techniques work and what doesn’t work? If done right, there are many benefits you will reap when you deadlift.


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Get to know the step-by-step basics on how to deadlift the proper way and solutions for common mistakes to ensure safety, and that you are getting the most benefit out of this awesome exercise.

Do you experience pain when lifting weights or after pressing or pull-ups?

Scapular Motion

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This video will show tips and tricks on how to develop shoulder stability while maintaining full mobility to maximize function and performance as well as prevent injury.

If you want to improve upper body and lower body function, strength, endurance and resiliency, then click here to check out the Complete Shoulder & Hip Blueprint.

Rick Kaselj, MS