Women's Health

For the Love of Deadlifts

We don’t know a more epic way to show off your strength than picking up 100, 150, even 200-plus], I find more and more women are curious to try deadlifting,” says women’s strength coach Allison Tenney, CSCS. “Then they get excited about it, and then they’re hooked—not just on the physical benefits but on feeling strong, capable, and empowered as well.”

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