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    Can someone critique my deadlifts?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBrts1HT2ZY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwc5h1sKBbQ

    In my first set of deadlifts, I had enough energy to get in at least one more rep but I decided not to push it cause I was doubtful of my form. In the other set, I legitimately was burnt out after 3 reps.

    I try pressing with my feet at the start of every rep, keeping my chest high and drag the bar up my shins. The reps look off in one way or another so I need some advice.
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    Looks ok. Your back isn't caving in. Your hips shoot up at the beginning, but you aren't turning it into a sldl or anything. But keep your back angle through the first part. You are dropping the weight really hard though. It's rolling away from you, which seems like you aren't even holding it on the descent.
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    Originally Posted by Odifududix View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBrts1HT2ZY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwc5h1sKBbQ

    In my first set of deadlifts, I had enough energy to get in at least one more rep but I decided not to push it cause I was doubtful of my form. In the other set, I legitimately was burnt out after 3 reps.

    I try pressing with my feet at the start of every rep, keeping my chest high and drag the bar up my shins. The reps look off in one way or another so I need some advice.
    I think the shape of the plates kind of messes things up. The bar path looks good one the first rep or 2 but on the 3rd or fourth rep you're starting the lift with the bar too far in front of you thereby making it much much harder.

    Also I think looking up like that before you lift isn't good for your back. Keep your spine straight as you can including your neck down to your lumbar.

    I think it's okay maybe to look up like that but not when you initiate the pull.

    Just my 2 cents.

    bench looks good though
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    you should never deadlift off the ground with those hexagonal or octagonal plates whatever you want to call them
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    Man fuk hex plates. My gym has bumper plates but the deadlift area was occupied that morning. I will redo the weight next time and see if there’s an improvement with the bumper.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tBAPVYAp5g

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfgUda55rI0

    Is there an improvement over here? I tried focusing on a single spot on the floor whenever I did this exercise. I used to do this in the past but I've been forgetting to do it lol.
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    Yeah that looks a lot better. Only thing id say about that is your best to keep your neck inline with your back instead of craning it to look forward. You can stain your neck muscles that way, and it makes you weaker
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    Originally Posted by Odifududix View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tBAPVYAp5g

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfgUda55rI0

    Is there an improvement over here? I tried focusing on a single spot on the floor whenever I did this exercise. I used to do this in the past but I've been forgetting to do it lol.
    hips back not down
    your cheeks puffing up tells me you aren't bracing down and around against a closed glotis, so bracing can be improved a lot
    probably keep your head slightly more neutral to try and maintain neutral torso, this matters least of the 3
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