Duck-Feet Clean-Grip Deadlift

Looks a little strange, but there's a good reason for that.


Duck-Feet Deadlift
Heels in, toes out.
Thib takes a look at 10 deadlift variations, including this one - the Duck-Feet Clean-Grip Deadlift. Oddly appealing (particularly as it hits the quads a little harder than usual).

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