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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Had a succinct question been asked, I might have provided a succinct answer.

    Are high hips decremental to the leg drive compared to lower hips, and do they put more unnecessary strain on the back?



    I'll save you some time: he doesn't have one.
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    Thank you Mark as always

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    Do you have this book?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Do you have this book?
    You know I don't.

    Any thoughts on my succinct question/s?

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    I see no succinct question or questions. Post one. Maybe two.

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    Lost in the quote reply above.

    Are high hips decremental to the leg drive compared to lower hips, and do they put more unnecessary strain on the back?

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    Looks like we're going to have to pay $147 (plus shipping and handling) in order to have an open discussion about the fundamental differences in technique...

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    Quote Originally Posted by James7 View Post
    Are high hips decremental to the leg drive compared to lower hips, and do they put more unnecessary strain on the back?
    Strain is not a term we use in our model, as it has no useful definition in this context. Stress is necessary for adaptation. The high-hips pulling model is the result of observing the way the human body pulls a heavy bar off the floor. Lower hips does not occur at heavy weight. The reasons for this are discussed in the book, which I recommend that you read. Therefore, high hips are the way heavy deadlifts are pulled, irrespective of the intentions of the coach or lifter. Once again, post a video of a heavy bar coming off the floor with low hips to falsify this position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James7 View Post
    Lost in the quote reply above.

    Are high hips decremental to the leg drive compared to lower hips, and do they put more unnecessary strain on the back?
    I am still not seeing this radical difference in deadlift form. He even instructs to be an inch from the bar at the shin. So long as you don't move the bar at all during setup and just bring your shins up against it with the knee bend, you shouldn't really end up with any sort of radically different hip height.

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