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When I started lifting I never had much trouble with form, but after starting a 9-5 desk job things started acting up.
Yes, your deadlift may feel weaker with deviations in technique.
Some things turn off when certain things are present.
Hip flexion is one things that can impact.
It’s pass or fail 1 or 0, “passed pretty well” sounds like something is missing.
Butt Wink when squatting so this isn’t a new issue then.
Impacting another movement pattern now.
Butt wink with a squat is never ok
Pro Episode # 27 – Butt Winking Is NOT ok. Ever. (So don’t you even think it.)
Starting over extended.
Bone on bone overextended pelvic position.
The femur runs into the pelvis. Then reverses.
Second over extension on the way back up.
Get tight/brace this sets the pelvis position as well.
Are you seeing improvements with it?
Unfortunately I’ve been busy and haven’t been able to spend a lot of time working on this.
Been working a little more.. I actually made a lot of progress on the deadlift by thinking about driving my heels through the ground instead of pulling the bar off the ground. Pulled about 85-90% of my prior 1RM without pain.
Great to hear you are making progress on your deadlift.
Thinking about driving your heels through the ground engages your posterior chain more.
Solid foundation from the bottom up wit stability for your back to move.
Look forward to hearing more on your progress.
So, I finally fixed this problem.
Good to hear with your continued work things are improving.
Identifying aspects for general maintenance is great.
Sounds like normalizing the tissue around the joint allowed things to return to where they belong.
When things are in the correct place things turn on as they should. No more compensations within the system.