With your Aithos Jaros placed firmly on the ground, your deadlifting has all the support it needs. The resistance load is in your hands, and the muscles in between are doing the work while your legs, hips, back, arms, and hands gradually get stronger.
- Attach your resistance bands to one of the outside (lateral) connection ports on the shoe.
- Place your feet about hip-width apart.
- With your arms straight down, pick up the handles and raise your hips so they are higher than your knees. The top of your upper legs should be above parallel to the ground, roughly at a 45-degree angle depending on flexibility. Your back should be flat and your chest up. This is the starting position.
- Take a deep breadth, keep your arms straight down, look forward, and start driving through your heels to move the handles (resistance) upward. You should feel your legs doing the work, not your arms.
- After the handles pass your knees, aggressively drive your hips forward while pulling your shoulders back and squeezing your glutes. Continue driving your hips forward until you feel your lower back extend slightly forward, don’t overextend. This is the finishing position.
- Lower your hips to the starting position by bending at the hips and repeat deadlift for the number of reps in your workout set.