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    180kg deadlift 4 reps PR(396lbs)

    I've just hit this less than 2 hours. Was a nice pr. I thinks it's good considering I'm only back deadlifting since Christmas and never lifted more than 315 before that.

    I have question regarding bench aswell. I'm flaring like a mf lately on close grip and today my shoulder is sore. How do I flare less?

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    Nice job on the pr. Keep it simple. Tuck your arms hard and hit your lats harder.
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    Good work on the pulls.

    What do you mean flaring? As Scott said you should be pinching your shoulder blades together and trying to pack them into the bench.


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