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Old 07-20-2013, 12:20 AM   #658
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Originally Posted by Ainter89 View Post
here are a couple vids,i think my back may be rounding too much and that's where the pain is coming from. hopefully its not too big of a form flaw.


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my advice, get your hips a bit lower and more mobile, also, pull yourself down on the bar (look at how andy bolton does it, 1 ,2 , go)

stop looking at yourself in the mirror and keep your head/neck neutral i.e. in line with your spine , as you start to pull, pull your head back

dont pull, but start the movement by imagining pushing your feet through the floor

that form gets a 5/10 from me
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