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Old 01-25-2013, 03:56 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by ehubbard View Post
Yeah we'll how much does your old man Deadlift? I've always felt you should lower hips to the point were you feel you have maximum leverage off the floor. Any more is a waste an any less is not enough leg drive.
Yep I agree with (what I think) EHubbard is saying, you gotta bear in mind it is a Deadlift it's not a squat from the floor or any such thing. So your hips won't be that low, they should be lower than your shoulders of course but not so much that you're just squatting the weight up.
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