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    deadlift 280x5 5/23/22 - YouTube
    Does this look ok? Nothing hurts so I think I'm in the ballpark. I think I could do a little better dragging the bar up my shins. A couple reps it loses contact. I can fix that.

    What about my back angle? It's basically horizontal. I'm 6'7" so I'm really tall. Is this just my anthropometry or am I doing something wrong?

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    I can't tell from this angle if your low back is in good extension, but it doesn't look like it. The rest of the pull is pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jp1983 View Post
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    deadlift 280x5 5/23/22 - YouTube
    Does this look ok? Nothing hurts so I think I'm in the ballpark. I think I could do a little better dragging the bar up my shins. A couple reps it loses contact. I can fix that.

    What about my back angle? It's basically horizontal. I'm 6'7" so I'm really tall. Is this just my anthropometry or am I doing something wrong?

    Thanks
    Solid form from this angle, man!

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    deadlift 5/13/22 275 - YouTube
    Here's from the side. The pull starts at 0:45
    Yeah I don't think I'm getting good lumbar extension. I'll try to shove my belly between my thighs more and see if I can't get more of that hump out.

    Fixing a Rounded Low Back in the Deadlift | Nick Delgadillo

    It may just be it is what it is. I don't know if I can get my hands down to the bar with my back extended or fully extend my back while gripping the bar without dropping my hips. I'll work on it. I appreciate the feedback.

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    Hard to tell from here. Your lordotic curve doesn't increase much at the top of the pull, and you may just have a fairly straight lordosis. It happens. But you are on your toes too much when you start the pull. And please be quiet -- we know the setup.

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