The hybrid deadlift is a version of the barbell deadlift in which the lifter's stance is wider than a conventional position, but narrower than a wide sumo deadlift. The feet are just outside the shoulders and grip placement is just inside of the legs. Many non-competitive lifters find this position to be more spine friendly and strong than either of the other traditional stances. This variation of the deadlift has all the same benefits as the others, and is capable of building serious full-body and posterior chain strength.
Builds size and strength in the posterior chain
Builds core strength and stability
Better mechanical advantage for those with tight hips or lower back issues