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    Lower back pain on deadlift - form advice

    I have not been able to perform the deadlift correctly, as my lower back is hunched at the bottom of the lift. I have been practicing my RDL so I don't have to go down as low for the full range of motion, but still trying to strengthen those muscles. When I do the exercise, however, my low back still hurts. I want to learn correct form before I build up my DL. Any advice is appreciated.
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    Originally Posted by ginsengkombucha View Post
    I have not been able to perform the deadlift correctly, as my lower back is hunched at the bottom of the lift. I have been practicing my RDL so I don't have to go down as low for the full range of motion, but still trying to strengthen those muscles. When I do the exercise, however, my low back still hurts. I want to learn correct form before I build up my DL. Any advice is appreciated.
    You can learn online. Look up 5x5 routine, should have info on how to deadlift properly. Also, can you see yourself in the mirror when you're deadlifting? Thst will help you see your form. You can also just ask someone in the gym who seems to be doing it correctly for help.
    Squat 245x5
    Bench 170x5
    Row 170x5
    Dead 275x5
    Overhead press 130x4
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    Post videos of your DL and RDL if you want feedback.
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