Relative Strength Explained
In its simplest form, relative strength (in regards to the deadlift) means comparing the amount you can lift with how much you weigh. Within the S&C world this method is seen as a more definitive identification method of exactly how strong someone is, by comparison to simply listing how much weight you can lift – since it is all relative to exactly how heavy you are as an individual.
If you’re still unsure of exactly what ‘relative strength’ is in regards to the deadlift then please view our advice article below:
Relative Strength Explained Article