Hey guys, im relatively new to weightlifting in general and started doing deadlifts like 3 weeks ago. I think the exercise is really, really great and fun to do, although im not sure if will snap some shit up with it
my lower back is fine i think, i keep my hips back and chest high which doesnt let me round my lower back. but ive heard and read taht i should keep my scapula retracted to not let my upper back round, but i simply cant do that somehow. even with really light weight like with 105 lbs its really easy for me to pull the weight off the floor, but even when i get that little bit lower with my body to pull my shoulder blades back and together and down, the moment i start to pull the weight my shoulders just come forward again naturally.
is this something serious imbalance wise in my shoulder region i should work on?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7O1aeXyljM i found this video in which it seems its an imbalance from sport activity like throwing and stuff which i in fact did for like 7 years.
any help would be greatly appreciated, thx guys