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    Default 345 x 3 Deadlift Form Check

    Like my last post with 315 x 5
    345 x 3 this week and working on form.

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    Hips are still moving first, but not as pronounced as last time, so whatever adjustment you made seems to be working. I think it's a matter of trial and error finding the right hip position, and then remembering it. Then it is just a matter of standing up. (Easier said then done tho)

    IMO, you should step up to the bar, lower into position, set up, and stay tight for all reps, and not roll the bar forward and back.

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    A good tip I learned is really focus on sitting back and keeping the shoulders behind the bar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squatter View Post
    Hips are still moving first, but not as pronounced as last time, so whatever adjustment you made seems to be working. I think it's a matter of trial and error finding the right hip position, and then remembering it. Then it is just a matter of standing up. (Easier said then done tho)

    IMO, you should step up to the bar, lower into position, set up, and stay tight for all reps, and not roll the bar forward and back.

    Nice progress overall LB!
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    I will continue to work on this.

    being in contest prep I dont want to tax my CNS so i am still leaving 1-2 reps in the tank to play it safe. This offseason its game on! I will be deadlifting till i want to puke.

    Quote Originally Posted by TeeJK View Post
    A good tip I learned is really focus on sitting back and keeping the shoulders behind the bar.
    My shoulders are right above the bar are behind as you can see before i rip the rep up i make sure to puff my chest up, keep my shoulders back, and tense my lower back/glutes to really focus on those areas and keeping tight form (prevent back rounding)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LayzieBone085 View Post
    My shoulders are right above the bar are behind as you can see before i rip the rep up i make sure to puff my chest up, keep my shoulders back, and tense my lower back/glutes to really focus on those areas and keeping tight form (prevent back rounding)
    Agreed, your shoulder placement looks good. I should've been clearer. What I meant to say was that mentally thinking about shoving your shoulders back really seems to help greatly with the whole keeping tight aspect.

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