Originally Posted by Arden Cogar Jr.
I too see the regular deadlift as you've described - hip is lower. torso more upright. distance of shoulders in front of the bar is less, more vertical.
When I raise my hips more to get my shoulders in front of the bar to get in the position to perform a squat clean...
I think your confused...or I am, but in a regular deadlift aren't the hips supposed to be higher than in a clean deadlift? Also, in a clean deadlift, shouldn't the shoulders be vertically over the bar, while in a regular deadlift they are slightly in front of it?
Have I been doing this wrong??