How do you know if you’re squat dominant or deadlift dominant?
It’s not an exact science—some bodies are just better designed to squat than to deadlift and vice versa—but if your back squat is more than 85 percent of your deadlift, then many would say you’re squat dominant.
Here are 5 exercises to keep your balance between your deadlift and squat strength.
1.) Loaded Good Mornings
5 sets, 12-15 reps at a moderate rate
2.) Kang Squat
5 sets, 8-10 reps at a moderate rate
3.) Dumbbell Romanian Deadlifts
5 sets, 8-10 reps. Use those heavy weights
4.) Feet Elevated Hamstring Plank
3 sets of 45 second holds
5.) Banded Glute Bridges
This is accessory work so work 10-15 reps, 2 or 3 sets
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