ALSO, ok so my super awesome trainer friend said this
"First, we need to work on your starting position a bit because if you pay close attention you'll see that when you start pulling, your body moves before the bar leaves the ground. The best starting position is where as you begin to pull, the bar immediately leaves the ground. For you this will means starting with the hips just a little bit higher. When you find this position, that's where you will want to focus on sticking your bum out/arching your back and then keeping that arched position by staying as tight as you possibly can.
Second thing, and this is very common, but your hips are locking out before your knees at the top. This tends to happen with heavy deadlifts (I did it on my 405 pull). Have your lovely brothers on T-Nation given any suggestions for that?"
^^^ see that, he mentioned you? My T-Nation brothers haha.
So I have to keep my hips higher, i thought I was supposed to make things lower so that I don't get yipped at about almost doing a stiff legged DL??? I don't understand how to move my hips independently from anything else. I have no control over what my hips do. It's like they are disconnected from my brains command centre HAAAAAA
ANYWAY taking 25lbs off my deadlift for next cycle so we'll see.