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Old 05-03-2009, 05:02 AM   #1
Marcial Lafuente
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Default Digital Coaching on DL

Hi to you all.

I have been deadlifting for about a year, with a 2 months interruption because of a muscle strain.

Since my technique was learnt on my own (youtube mainly), I feel Iīm lagging in some respects.

See a video with 330 pounds for form check.
By the way, itīs the 3rd single set with the same weight and my maximun up to now.

I think I can lift a bit more but I want to improve my technique.

In my opinion my bottom is too high, yet that could be due to my bodily proportions (6 feet tall, short torso for my legs I would say)

Any comments will be appreciated. Thanks very much

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