An Examination of Control of the Supine Hand in a Heavy Deadlift

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While the alternate grip improves the lifter’s ability to hold onto the bar and complete the lift, there are disadvantages to this technique. One disadvantage is the asymmetry that is introduced at the shoulders…[and] there is a tendency of the supine hand to drift away from the legs and forward of the mid-foot in an alternate grip deadlift…[T]his article will examine possible explanations for why it occurs and cues that might be useful for countering this tendency.

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