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Old 01-08-2014, 01:20 PM   #5
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Really, your starting position looks fine. Try deadlifting without a belt with lighter weight. Do you still feel like you can't get into position then? Second, it looks like you might let the bar drift forward some. Start hammering away bent over rows as strict as possible. That should help. As far as hips, light good mornings, focusing on pushing your hips back should help. Remember, you're not necessarily leaning over in a good morning, but pushing your hips back. Finally, start with leg swings, bird dogs, and some glute activation exercises. I have found doing all of that regularly along with my squats, Deads, whatever, allows me to stay "loose" and mobile.
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