How to Fix Back Rounding When Deadlifting
My latest article via Stack.com discusses something very close and dear to my heart. My cat. I mean, deadlifts1
It was the best of spines, it was the worse of spines.
Forgive the literary pun, but when it comes to the action of deadlifting there’s no denying the fitting nature of the phrase.
Although there are unique circumstances where rounding of the spine is warranted and sometimes encouraged, save for the most elite lifters—who have spent years honing their craft and perfecting technique—for most people, most of the time, including you, rounding your back when performing a Deadlift is, well . . . not a good idea.