Deadlift is easily one of the best muscle building exercises there is. Some people might be mad it isn’t in first place, it was close. This bad boy hits the whole body, but really works the back, traps, butt and hamstrings. It’s a bit more technical than it looks though so be sure to follow The 10 Deadlift Commandments as a good guide. There are also a few variations of ways to do the deadlift like the traditional method, sumo style, with a trap bar and stiff legged. Find one you like and hit them up. There is no wrong variation just be sure to use good form.
The calculator below will figure out your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) using the Mifflin-St Jeor Equation, which is a widely accepted equation used for calculating this number. Your BMR is the number of calories that your body burns at rest to do all of the things it needs to do to keep you alive and functioning properly. Your activity level is also factored in to estimate how many other calories you burn per day in addition to your BMR. The answer given is the total of the two and should be, for most people, a pretty close estimate of your daily calorie maintenance level.