With some exercises, to a point, especially with dumbbell and barbell rows. There was a time in which I had a hard time feeling my back during these lifts and did lower the weight, used stricter form, and paused at the top of the lift. However, after the point in which someone can "feel" his back for these exercises, he likely will have to use some body sway to progress because there really is so much that can be lifted with just using the arms and shoulders. Eventually the back will get too strong in the lift for the arms and rear delts and the only way to progress is to use CONTROLLED body sway while keeping the glutes and back tight and neutral or slightly arched. Hence we see no experienced bodybuilder using "proper form" in barbell rows, not even Dorian Yates. And when I say body controlled body sway, I mean a slight hitch created by the hams, lower back, and glutes, in the same way there is a hitch in bar curls and later raises. Same goes for cable rows and lat pulldowns.
Straps will be necessary to progress in exercises too at some point.
Pre-exhaust works good too for those who have problems feeling their backs working.
I stay quite strict for pull-ups and chins though, which are one of the most botched exercises. See my form here: https://www.instagram.com/p/BIiPZ4aARgh/?taken-by=masmacros