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    Deadlift form check

    Mind if a get a form check on these deadlifts guys? Had my first comp recently and deads were the least impressive out of my 3 so thought I'd focus on fixing up my technique (if there are any issues) first.

    First video is the last of my warm ups. Bar kinda slipped out on the 2nd video, hence the mixed grip on the last videos. Usually don't go mixed unless I'm doing a single though, just happened to get a bar with terrible knurling this day.

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    Grip is too wide for sumo deadlift. Hips start too high.
    Watch some videos of Ed Coan's sumo deadlift and compare yours.
    You might be more comfortable with conventional.
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    Originally Posted by The_Standard View Post
    Grip is too wide for sumo deadlift. Hips start too high.
    Watch some videos of Ed Coan's sumo deadlift and compare yours.
    You might be more comfortable with conventional.
    Thanks for your reply man. I'll keep a note of those things.

    My grip has been kinda forced into that position due to the knurling on these bars ending there so I would be holding the smooth part of the bar if I went any narrower ,guess I need to just bump up my grip strength and go narrower then?

    I shall work on lowering my hips and look up on those videos.

    I actually preferred sumo over conventional. I used to pull conventional but it never felt natural, always struggled to keep my back straight and to stay upright and was having aches and pains through lower back and upper glute regions while only pulling 130lbs (for reps) . In contrast to sumos where I've gotten up to 380lbs and the first signs of pain only showed up after going past 358lbs. Of course other training variables and bodyweight changes were involved here so I'll take that advice and give conventionals a try sometime.
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