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It's Important that we not only have a reliable training program to follow, but that we understand how to properly perform the exercises in the program. Without proper execution our chance for injury increases and our performance is not at our highest.

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For the RDL, we want the back foot elevated

 and the front foot flat.

The back toe should be in line with front foot heel. This will give us that nice potential ratio of 70/30 for working one leg primarily at a time.

With any RDL focus on sinking hips back as far as possible rather than thinking chest to the ground.

Example Form:

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