I just want to thank you all for the motivating posts, been reading this forum faithfully for two years and it's made a big difference on my approach to lifting. Thanks to the likes of the charming one, steelyd, hel, meat, dz, and all the rest i've transitioned from a bodybuilding split to a steady diet of squats, deadlifts, bench, press, and powercleans.
I'm still learning and making steady progress but running into trouble on progressing my deadlift. I have a longer torso and can tell the lower back is my weakness on my heavy work set. After reading a good set of articles by Eric Cressey and Mike Robertson:
It's time to add good mornings into my routine. Can anyone give me some good pointers on how to do good mornings safely and correctly. I am thinking of setting the pins in the power cage at my lowest point (just above parallel) with a good arch in my back, then start with the bar and work my way up.
Thanks for your help.