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    Form check me. Any advice? How do I look? What would you work on regarding entire physique? See any weak areas? Any advice of any kind appreciated.

    You’ll have to search vid on YouTube because I can’t create links yet.

    Search deadlift 365 - form check me
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    Lift looked good from that angle, and it looked like you had plenty more. Biggest thing you can work on from what i saw is mindset. You definitely let the lift get in your head. Of course it's going to feel heavy AF, but you need to take your mind to a place and just fukin smash it man.
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    Originally Posted by jk202 View Post
    Lift looked good from that angle, and it looked like you had plenty more. Biggest thing you can work on from what i saw is mindset. You definitely let the lift get in your head. Of course it's going to feel heavy AF, but you need to take your mind to a place and just fukin smash it man.
    This is great advice. Thanks a lot, man. Repped you both!
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    Good enough I'd say.

    As mentioned, mindset. Pull and don't stop. If you fail or bail on an attempt like that, let go and reset entirely.

    Don't talk to yourself it's going to end up messing up your valsalva.
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    Originally Posted by regmann View Post
    Form check me. Any advice? How do I look? What would you work on regarding entire physique? See any weak areas? Any advice of any kind appreciated.

    You’ll have to search vid on YouTube because I can’t create links yet.

    Search deadlift 365 - form check me
    Looked okay. I always sugest starting the movement with the ass pushing back horizontally. When Ronnie Coleman lifted ungodly weights, as he approached the bar, he'd repeat "light weight-light weight-light weight".
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    Originally Posted by regmann View Post
    Form check me. Any advice? How do I look? What would you work on regarding entire physique? See any weak areas? Any advice of any kind appreciated.

    You’ll have to search vid on YouTube because I can’t create links yet.

    Search deadlift 365 - form check me
    Started off looking okay but as soon as you started, your hips started going up while the barbell is still on the floor. It's a sign you're just leg pressing without not actively trying to maintain torso angle, and trying to counterbalance by leading with your upper back, either that or you just couldn't do it because it was too heavy. If done right, then at 0:14, the bar is actually supposed to be at or close to the bottom of your knee caps. By the time you got to where you're supposed to be it was already mid to late 0:15. Basically it was more of a stiff leg deadlift or good morning rather than a conventional. When it comes to conventional deadlift, your hips and the bar needs to move at the same time, and if stalled, both should be stalled as well. Hip hinge looks okay from this angle though.
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    Originally Posted by Farley1324 View Post
    Good enough I'd say.

    As mentioned, mindset. Pull and don't stop. If you fail or bail on an attempt like that, let go and reset entirely.

    Don't talk to yourself it's going to end up messing up your valsalva.
    Thank you. You’re right about that.
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    Originally Posted by supramax View Post
    Looked okay. I always sugest starting the movement with the ass pushing back horizontally. When Ronnie Coleman lifted ungodly weights, as he approached the bar, he'd repeat "light weight-light weight-light weight".

    Trying to learn hip placement
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    So true. Hips shot up. I’m trying to figure out how bad this is. I think it is because I struggle to use leg drive in the lift. My entire back is so sore but I was also doing pull ups. Lower back and mid upper back is more sore than it has been in a year or so. Feels like just muscle soreness though. I guess next DL day I will really try hard to get the hips in the right spot during the pull. I think I need to slightly bend my knee when going up so that I can activate my hams and flutes, almost kind of like butt winking on the way up as in that position I can feel ham and flute activation. Any thoughts? This is something I’ve been working on for quite a while, fixing hips shooting up. I’ve been called out on it multiple times over the years in the gym.
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    Originally Posted by blazy4lyfe View Post
    Started off looking okay but as soon as you started, your hips started going up while the barbell is still on the floor. It's a sign you're just leg pressing without not actively trying to maintain torso angle, and trying to counterbalance by leading with your upper back, either that or you just couldn't do it because it was too heavy. If done right, then at 0:14, the bar is actually supposed to be at or close to the bottom of your knee caps. By the time you got to where you're supposed to be it was already mid to late 0:15. Basically it was more of a stiff leg deadlift or good morning rather than a conventional. When it comes to conventional deadlift, your hips and the bar needs to move at the same time, and if stalled, both should be stalled as well. Hip hinge looks okay from this angle though.
    Meant to reply to you in previous message.
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