Last week I made a post about the common mistake of starting deadlifts with your hips too high and rounding your back. Often, when people realize they are doing that, they over compensate and then start with their hips too low and kind of squat the weight up. I did this and what you end up doing is wasting a lot of energy at the bottom before you even get to to where the proper starting position should be. You're not going to be able to lift as much weight and you'll be using your legs more than necessary. Don't start too high, don't start too low, but like the porridge in Goldilocks and the Three Bears, make sure your starting position is juuuuust right. (Wow that was lame...good thing no one reads the whole caption 😂).
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