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    I assume you mean except for the ponytail. Thanks for all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SquareOne View Post
    I assume you mean except for the ponytail. Thanks for all!
    haha!

    I still can't reach down to grab the bar without bending my knees, so I usually improvise some kind of prop to get the bar a little higher, such as a pair of cans or anything else available. Question is: should I actively try to stretch on rest days to improve flexibility specifically for the DL or as I keep repeating (and getting used to) the movement it should naturaly become easier to bend down and grab the bar?

    Thanks!

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    You have to unlock your knees. Your shins just have to stay vertical.

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