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deadlift is an upper body exercise
>what is the deadlift of the upperbody?
what is the squat of the upperbody then
The OHP, obviously
I'd argue bench which is probably controversial. Squat is a lower body push exercise, bench is an upper body push exercise
Incline bench then. Hits triceps, multiple delt heads, and pecs
Inc bench does not hit multiple heads of the delt. And it's just a bench variant (arguably superior). I'd compare Inc bench to something like Bulgarian split squats or hack squat, it's a variant of a main lift
I wouldn't say OHP. Squat has a unique characteristic where it includes your own bodyweight for the exercise. OHP without the bar isn't an exercise, it's just you lifting your hands in the air. Both squats and dips can be done bodyweight or with additional weight added. Both squats and dips require you to "press" the weight. Squats with your legs and dips with your arms
>Both squats and dips require you to "press" the weight.
OHP literally has 'press' in it's name.
Yes but OHP is missing that key bodyweight component that both squats and dips share
>OHP without the bar isn't an exercise
It is if you do it in a handstand position.
Weighted handstand pushups.
Deadlift is a vertical pull of the legs. Pullup is a vertical pull of the arms.
Squat is a vertical push of the legs. OHP is a vertical push of the arms.
>Deadlift is a vertical pull of the legs.
Are you sure?
t. guy who never performed a deadlift, at least correctly
First portion of the deadlift is a leg press with the load stabilized by your back, then a hip thrust. If you're doing them correctly.
a lot lift with their back
It's the pullup, easily.
Properly done from a free hang with no swing, a tight core with feet straight slightly forward, you're using a lot of muscles.
Rarely do I see people do them right, legs are always a sloppy spaghetti mess which contributes to bleeding power on the ascent and then using momentum when it gets tough.
>trains muscle opposite to biceps
>you have arm biceps
>you have leg biceps aka hamstring
>trains muscles at the bottom of that joint connection
>glutes = chest + delts
Dips you dipshit, its the same movement
The dip is the squat, the pullup is the deadlift. Think about it.
Thread over. Pack it up, boys.
Pullup is close to deadlift, but the hip hinging component is not really there
Some kind of specialized pull up where you simultaneously do leg raise would be closest to deadlift
Dips: Starts at the top of the movement pattern, stretch reflex at the bottom, works primarily the anterior of your upper body, only exception being triceps.
Pullups. Starts at the bottom of the movement from a dead stop, works primarily the posterior of your upper body except biceps.
Both involve core stabilization when done correctly. Good form pullups have straight and fixed legs which are slightly tilted forward.
>breaks your joints
>people jerk it off anyway and call you a pussy if you do something better for you
The live drop
seconding ohp morons
Chinups. Wide lats and rear delts give the V taper. Thicker forearms and biceps as well
bench is the upperbody exercise that reclutes the most muscles, so that's the upperbody deadlift
Floor snatch to waist(up with momentum)
Then waist to shoulder catch(fast and catch, hold)
Then drop to waist.
Drop to floor. Below Max 1 rep weight to max 1 rep weight +.
You'll know when its max because you won't be able to lift it.
Just about as faggy as a sumo pull maybe
>this board doesnt know about bodyweight deadlift
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