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Old 02-15-2010
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I'm buying a video camera maybe today. I'll post the correct way to do a incorrect dead lift LOL..
That'd be hella cool.

The board is really interactive... so it's always great to have more videos and training logs.

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I've been working on upper back for awhile now but still have terrible deadlift form.
We'll see.

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Jo, I have the same issue. I will try and get a video of it. IMHO, We need to focus on rear delts and upper back to keep the shoulders from rounding forward. It's very difficult for me over 225lbs to do this. I just did some at 425lbs and I'm sure it was rounded like a bitch. I think our lower backs are too strong for their own good. Just my 2 cents bro.
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Sounds like we have the same problem. I don't worry to much about upper back rounding though as long as it doesn't end up rounding the lower back as well. It does for me though lol so I should pay more attention to it for sure. My lower back can handle shitloads more than any other part of my body
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