Ok, so my issue at the moment is I am experiencing intense DOMS in my thoracic spine 24-48 hours after deadlifting.
Latley, Ive been attempting to keep the bar as close to my knees and my trunk upright while emphasizing hip flexion.
With this in mind, I would appreciate feedback on the following questions:
It seems leaning foward farther with the bar away from my knees would load my lumbar spine. But would it actually be beneficial
to direct the bar a bit farther foward?
Much of my concious effort during this lift is directed to sitting back on my heels to emphasize hip flexion. Should I concentrate on
shifting more weight to the midfoot versus the heel?
How wide of a foot stance should be taken to ideally stress the hamstrings?
Any responses to these questions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks again and I look foward to hearing from you soon.