##YES, I AM AWARE THIS TOPIC HAS BEEN COVERED MULTIPLE TIMES. YES, I HAVE READ THROUGH ALL THE PAST RESOURCES AND SUCH.
Alright, now that I’ve gotten that out of the way. I somewhat pulled/strained my abductors/hamstrings(I’m not very sure exactly what it is but it definitely hurts) before I went for training today, I was basically limping the whole day, even during training. As such I decided to pull conventional instead of my usual sumo and I couldn’t pull my hips as low as how I would usually start. It ended up looking like this.
The funny thing is, the deadlifts actually felt easier compared to how I pulled (conventional) previously. I understand that there is a time and place for rounded back deadlifts. ( https://www.t-nation.com/training/strong-case-for-the-rounded-back-deadlift ) I would like to have some feedback on the way I’m pulling and perhaps hear some of your experiences since y’all be way more experienced than me.
It seems to me that the form is still fairly acceptable despite it being not “textbook form”, it seems to work for me so far. I don’t see/feel any rounding of the lower back, perhaps I’m wrong, feedback would be greatly appreciated.