The Dumbbell Single Leg Deadlift with Reach is an exercise that will challenge your balance while also hitting your hamstrings and glutes. You can place a barbell loaded with 45 pound plates, 1-2 feet in front of you as an object to focus on and touch the dumbbell with.
To perform DUMBBELL SINGLE LEG DEADLIFT WITH REACHE:
1. Stand 1-2 feet behind the barbell while holding a dumbbell in one hand and standing on your opposite foot.
2. While keeping your core contracted to maintain balance, push your hips back while your other leg rises straight behind you, and the arm with the dumbbell lowers as you reach to touch it to the barbell.
3. Ensure you’re maintaining the natural arch in your lower back during the movement.
4. After touch the barbell with the dumbbell, press your planted foot through the floor to rise back up to standing position without touching your raised foot to the floor.
5. Complete all the reps with one leg, then switch legs and put the dumbbell in the other hand and repeat.
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