Wow, thanks for all the replies.
I’ve been going hip flexibility work recently and it has been a great help with also improving my squat technique.
Hey, I’m a kid from the eighties. Transformers were big then and to me still are. lol
The lock out is now a focus point and thanks to all who pointed it out.
Khaine and Ghost22:
When I start going deads for low reps (1-3) would it be good to reset the bar and loosen my grip in between reps? So that I would be lifting ie. 3 singles in a row?
Cheers! There was supposed to be some SYL playing in the background, but I guess it got cut out when I reduced the video quality for web.
Overall. I need to emphasis on lot leaning on the lock out and keep it tight and vertical. Tighter upper back and drive the shoulders back with more arch.
Great tips all around! That’s why I posted on the Strength forum. You guys are used to handling big weights for low reps and I know the technique has to be spot on before I move on to bigger weights (bigger for me at least).