Originally Posted by Mark Fenner
Any thoughts on the super deep, low position that some times results in the "dreaded rounded back lifting" posture? Essentially, making contact at toe level might require either an super deep Oly squat at the knees, or a silly-deep stiff-leg deadlift position, or a bit of lower back flexion.
I suppose some treads might allow a grip point higher than ground level. I'm thinking about tires that basically require grip at ground level.
squatting into a tire doesn't really work unless you have super short legs.
round back lifting is required. it's absolutely one of the most essential elements of physical strength. period.