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Old 03-25-2010, 04:12 AM   #1
Max Brawn
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Default Deadlift help

Hi Guys

Steve has been helping me work on my deadlift form and he, along with some very useful pointers from Tony as well, has managed to develop my form from train wreck bad to hit and run scale bad. The problem that I have is that after I get set to lift, I always lift my hips slightly and round my back. I now do it way less than I was but it's still happening. The below vid' is from this week's deadlift session and shows what I mean:

Can anyone tell me why my lower back feels the need to make like a gym noobie and curl?


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