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Thread: Proper DeadLift Form

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    Senior Member BigBossMan's Avatar
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    Proper DeadLift Form

    I was wondering if anyone has some vids of them doing deadlift properly. I was doing dead lift today and it seemed liked my spine was pretty curved when I bent over. It was the first time I have watched myself do it from the side....


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    Wannabebig Member G O R T's Avatar
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    There are many different types of DL's any quite a few vidios floating around.

    The two big problems with form are:

    Not keeping your back straight - this can damage your spine for life!

    Trying to keep the bar out away from you - this will eventually strain something.

    If you have problems keeping your back as straight as if you are standing at attention, stretch those hamstrings and do lots of light goodmornings.
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    I was going to post the same links.

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