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RDL

The most often used hip dominant hamstring exercise, the RDL or Romanian Deadlift is often confused with the stiff leg deadlift. The important difference is the freedom given to the hips to move backwards as the weight is lowered. This allows greater hip flexion which in turn will put a greater stretch into the top of the hamstrings and gluteus maximus muscles. Making them work harder due to the increased range they must cover.

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