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    Is my back neutral or overextended?

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    Looks o.k.

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    Well, this is timely: How to Rack Pull | Mark Rippetoe

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    Your back looks to be neutral, but these are much too high to benefit your deadlift IMO. If I may offer a suggestion, set the pins so that the bar is at least an inch or two below the knee. Or, you can do them from mid shin height (my current favorite).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Franklin View Post
    Your back looks to be neutral, but these are much too high to benefit your deadlift IMO. If I may offer a suggestion, set the pins so that the bar is at least an inch or two below the knee. Or, you can do them from mid shin height (my current favorite).
    So I did rack pulls above the knee and it snapped my back up. Now I can't do anything. When my back is a bit better in about 2 weeks I may try it again or something else.

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