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    Hello good folks and coaches of starting strength community ,
    I'm currently on my 2nd week of NLP and my deadlift form started slipping in the last reps , last 2 reps were kind of bad in my 2nd workout of the week(wed) and today(friday) last 3 reps were wobbly (At first i thought it was just one of those days but the same shit repeated itself on friday) .

    I'm 6'3 ,21 yrs of age , started my NLP at 77Kg currently weighing 80Kg approx. eating about 3500 Cals a day. I increase 2.5 kg per workout on my lifts (5kg on squats and 7.5Kg on deadlifts for first few workouts) as my gym dosen't have lbs plates .

    Squat went from 50Kg*5*3 to 70Kg*5*3
    Bench from 55Kg*5*3 to 60Kg*5*3
    Press from 32.5Kg*5*3 to 37.5Kg*5*3
    Deadlift from 72.5Kg*5*1 to 97.5Kg*5*1 (Form was good across all reps till 92.5Kg*5*1)

    Also how much of a difference should i have between my squat and deadlift before introducing Power cleans .

    Thanking you,
    Yours truly ,
    Tall lanky skinny kid

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    Can you post a video?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewLewis View Post
    Can you post a video?
    I don't have it on me

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    Next time you have a video, I'll be happy to take a look at it.

    It's also possible you started too heavy on the deadlift, but it's also possible that everything is fine except your bodyweight and technique. It 's hard to say without seeing a video.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewLewis View Post
    Next time you have a video, I'll be happy to take a look at it.

    It's also possible you started too heavy on the deadlift, but it's also possible that everything is fine except your bodyweight and technique. It 's hard to say without seeing a video.
    Okay , thank you coach i'll make sure to make one next time

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewLewis View Post
    Next time you have a video, I'll be happy to take a look at it.

    It's also possible you started too heavy on the deadlift, but it's also possible that everything is fine except your bodyweight and technique. It 's hard to say without seeing a video.
    Here is a set of 5 at 92.5Kg : DL 92.5Kg *5 - YouTube

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    You need to set your back without shoving the bar forward with your shins. Keep your knees and shins where they are, drag the bar up your skin, and push the floor away.

    Also, this is not really a set of 5. This is five singles. Get some shoes, keep gaining body weight, and add 2.5kg to the bar.

    Are you using chalk?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewLewis View Post
    You need to set your back without shoving the bar forward with your shins. Keep your knees and shins where they are, drag the bar up your skin, and push the floor away.

    Also, this is not really a set of 5. This is five singles. Get some shoes, keep gaining body weight, and add 2.5kg to the bar.

    Are you using chalk?
    Okay will get new shoes . Yes I do use chalk .
    Thank you for the feedback coach much appreciated .

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewLewis View Post
    You need to set your back without shoving the bar forward with your shins. Keep your knees and shins where they are, drag the bar up your skin, and push the floor away.

    Also, this is not really a set of 5. This is five singles. Get some shoes, keep gaining body weight, and add 2.5kg to the bar.

    Are you using chalk?
    DL 97.5Kg*5 - YouTube

    Is this better ?
    P.S : had to reset after the 3rd rep because my head got a bit woozy.
    Thank You

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    Andrew, you're wasting a lot of time here.

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