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    Updated deadlift form

    Alright so I did a reset and I’m approaching the numbers I was doing before on my DL. Is my form better here now? I don’t see my back rounding but I can feel it working my back is that normal at heavier weight?

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    As you stand up the bar gets way out in front of you; in general you want to keep the bar moving up against your body. You should be able to lift significantly more weight if you keep it close. Are you purposely letting it get way out in front for some reason?
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    Agree with above, the bar should be moving closer to your body and thighs, almost like you set up leaning too far forward over the bar. You also don't look like you're really locking out at the top.
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    You locked out at the knees well before the hips. That's probably why you're feeling a lot more in your back.

    It looks like it stems from your set up. Your shins should not touch the bar when you approach the bar to set your foot position and before you reach down.
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    ^ Pull the bar closer to your body to keep it over your center of gravity.
    Can you ditch the shoes in the public gym? Your feet wobble and it throws you off.
    Push the floor away with your legs instead of trying to pull the bar up.
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    Originally Posted by ECGordyn View Post
    ^ Pull the bar closer to your body to keep it over your center of gravity.
    Can you ditch the shoes in the public gym? Your feet wobble and it throws you off.
    Push the floor away with your legs instead of trying to pull the bar up.
    So I want it to be touching my shins then? I think everyone was saying for it to not touch my shins when I start that I’m to close to the bar.
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    Originally Posted by Heisman2 View Post
    As you stand up the bar gets way out in front of you; in general you want to keep the bar moving up against your body. You should be able to lift significantly more weight if you keep it close. Are you purposely letting it get way out in front for some reason?
    I’m not sure why it gets away from me and what I can do to fix that. I want to keep the bar close to me for sure so it’s not so difficult to lift.
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    Originally Posted by Calikid32190 View Post
    I’m not sure why it gets away from me and what I can do to fix that. I want to keep the bar close to me for sure so it’s not so difficult to lift.
    Upper back tightness and bracing is the issue
    You need to breath in, brace down and around 360 degrees and tighten your lats to keep the bar stable and close
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    You had the right idea when setting up in front of the bar as you hip hinged down. Then you let your back round shortly after. Avoid that. Ready yourself in front of the bar, hinge down and continue to hinge as you grip the bar and pull your shoulder blades back. Following that - tighten your abdominals, pull the slack out, drive through your legs, lock out at your hips... and the rest is history
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