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Old 04-26-2015, 02:17 PM   #1
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I just started deadlifting again. I've been using the sumo variation because it seems to work with my relative lack of mobility. When filming the lift, I do notice some butt wink. Is butt wink something to be concerned about? If so, any thoughts on how to prevent it?
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By butt wink do you just mean rounding of the lower back?
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I guess so. It's just very subtle.
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It could be a glute weakness. Watch from 3:40

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Hard to help you without video!
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Many sumo pullers tug without sticking their chest out a bit. This keeps more body weight over the bar and makes it harder to tighten/brace the lower back before the pull.
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