Rack Deadlifts, from below your kneecap, but above floor height.
Below your knee, so you still have to hinge, but you only go down as far as you can pain free.
And you pull out of the rack, against double bands.
This way you can't do anything silly, like kinda row with 1 side, or push harder with 1 leg. With the band tension, your arms automatically hang straight, and you are forced to really drive the hips through. You can also sort of pull "back" against the bands.
First time, try 8-10 total reps, around 50% of your DL with doubled light, or average bands.