I have the exact same dumbells and bench. Love them. Looks pretty dam good range of motion for that heavy of DBs. I have seen some people lift their head off like that. i don't. I don't know if that can cause injuries so won't comment on that.
Your camera has really good sound I was caught up in that. The only thing id say is when your done you kind of just let the dbs fall on you then pushed them to your legs. Instead of that if you can I would bring your knees to the bottom of the dumbells and then just sit up instead
I respect your opinion, but I did not fully understand what you meant. How is posting a video of a DB bench any different from posting a video of a BB bench? They are two variations of the same movement. Then again, you might very well be a lot more experienced than me, in which case you'd know more about this stuff than I do...
Anyway back on topic, is anyone else willing to tell me if my ROM/form are decent and how I could improve them?
yo bro im new to this board but have been on many others for a while. if you want to post a video because you are proud of an acomplishment just say so no harm in being proud of something that has taken you along time to achieve. but as far as your form the only thing i see is your head leaving the bench at the bottom of the lift. rom looks fine
I did not know what kyphosis was prior to reading this post, googled it and found out what it was. I'm sorry to hear you have it, but glad that you were able to lift despite having it. I don't have it.
You said your DB bench is strong compared to your level of development. Just curious, what are your numbers in it? Are you better at it than at BB bench? Because I'm also better at DB Bench than at BB bench.