Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by Voltekker, Jun 12, 2009.
Critique my form, any pointers or advice is great
is that 5? is that 5?
It was 5 I counted wrong
looks like you're doing them sideways?
Your defying gravity and physics to much. You should do deadlifts with your feet on the floor and lift up. Vertical motion.
ahahhahaahahah I LOST IT
looked good... could be better if you took a little longer between reps to reset your form
a lot of times your arch on the way down is worse than on the way up so you gotta take a second to recheck that shit
didn't know screech was your bro
Looks like you are good except that you have not pulled your entire spine into a lordotic position--I see minor kyphosis in the thorasic collumn and your lumbar column seems to be in a neutral position, which is basically flexed from the natural lordotic position it has when standing. Work on a little more gluteal and hamstring flexability and really work to maintain spinal extention. Also, don't bounce the weight. Stand on weights and put pads under the weights on the bar so you can feel yourself reaching the bottom of the motion.
i was too distracted by tilting my head
you need to drop your ass, its way too high causing your back to be parallel with the floor
thats more of a stiff arm row than a deadlift
and next time use windows movie maker to rotate the video!
damn youtube wont load again
dawt to what Evo said
that looked way too easy for you too. try adding some more weight and tape it to see if your form degrades..
of course the form would degrade as weight is increased
yeah, but 225 seemed way too easy for him
ummm no. his ass was already lower than his shoulders and the torso should almost be parallel. this is a deadlift he was doing and he didn't row.
you back rounds each rip and your hips fall through, ie your not keeping your arch(back ext)
should be resetting at the bottom imo
deadlifts in the cage = profit??
I have grip issues even when I do a switch grip, I think I might need straps.
try without gloves and resetting your grip after every rep.
You need to man up is what you need. I can double overhand 315 and I'm nothing special.
Just looks to me like your back should be arched a bit more at the bottom of the lift, and letting the momentum of the weight die by leaving it on the floor for a second might be better.