Deadlift: your hips shoot up before the bar ever leaves the ground. Meaning you are leaning forward while extending your knees then basically stiff legging the weight. For a max weight deadlift that actually isn?t the end of the world, but you are not actually starting the lift in the position you are taking when you set up. You are setting up more like an Olympic pull with your knees out over the bar but then you start pulling and shoot your hips up, lean forward, then the bar comes of the ground. Personally, I?d try starting with my shins more vertical.
Bench: Your elbows are way out. I can move a lot more weight with my elbows tucked in more and touching lower on my chest. Though there are some guys who bench with pretty wide elbows.
Squat: looks okay to me. You have a good bit of forward knee travel (there is nothing wrong with that) but you might want to try squat shoes with more of a heel than chucks. They can help you stay stable and on your heels.
Thanks a lot for the advice!, I’ll work hard to solve my problems.
Any comments on the overhead press?, I’m sure im doing something wrong because I feel some pressure (not pain, but it feels wrong) in my mid back, like I’m hyperextending my upper back, but I don’t think im leaning back that much when I press…
If I can’t fix this I’ll probably ditch the overhead press in favor of seated dumbell press…