Bump. Need to make new videos of all my lifts.
Btw, at what weight do you recommend making a video? Max, warm up, some where in between?
@Sarauk2sf honestly there isn't much to nitpick here. Re: the shoulders forward thing, I think I have the same problem. You may be setting up with your shins TOO close to the bar. Try setting up with the bar crossing over the middle of your foot (when you go down to pick up the bar, then they will touch). This is the way Rippetoe teaches it. You may already be doing this; it's hard to see. Re: the rounding back, looks like you've virtually eliminated that problem. One cue that I've heard of recently that seems to help me is "point your tits at the wall in front of you".
Sometimes when I get caught up in obsessing over form, I like to remind myself - if you're making progress and you're not injuring yourself, you are probably doing alright.
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My 17 yr old lil bro, 435 sumo deadlift,, kinda crappy vid but he wanted me to put it up
Sara: keep practicing that neutral neck. I love it now I think one thing that may help is not waiting in your start position too long. What I try to do is when the bar drops after a rep, I then straighten my legs and butt will be high, then I bring it back down, tense the posterior chain and then EXPOLODE! I only want to be paused at the bottom position for maybe .2 of a second. I think that may help the minor rising of the hips first on the last single. Overall, much better than the other ones a little while back though!
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