Knees to your shoulders.

Hinge at the waist by pushing your hips back while ‘lifting’ your knees to your shoulders. This should load your hamstrings while keeping your shins behind the bar.
Push your hips back
DEADLIFT GRIP + HIPS
DEADLIFT GRIP + HIPS
Jeff Nippard
CLOSE THE CAR DOOR
CLOSE THE CAR DOOR
Bret Contreras
DRINKING BIRD
DRINKING BIRD
whiteboard_daily
Because the first move is gonna be a hip hinge, she's gonna push back with her hips to reach down and grab the bar, and it's gonna allow her to maintain this pretty vertical shin position and a lot of tension through the hamstrings. A good way to think of this is if you were buried up to your knees so your shin is locked into position that she can only move now from the hip. So the hips push back, we load tension into the hamstring as she reaches down to grab the bar.
Juggernaut
My first move to reach down and grab the bar is to begin driving my hips back. I'm maintaining even pressure throughout my foot the whole time and I'm trying to trying to arch and keep a flat low back position until I can barely touch the bar here and then I'll use the bar to leverage myself and pull myself down into position the rest of the way.
Juggernaut
I really think about hinging at the hips, or pushing these hips back. I'm really loading the glutes, loading the hammies, so that that muscle's going to lengthen. You're going to feel a bit of a pull through there.
Omar Isuf
From here, all you really need to do is stay tight during the descent... you need to make sure that you're going down at a pace that allows you to keep hamstrings tight. I'm not losing that tension in my lats... The easiest way I find to do that is to think about spreading the floor apart. Your feet shouldn't actually move, but if you do that it's going to naturally cause you to engage most of the muscles in your lower body... If that cue doesn't work for you, you might try something else. Some people like thinking of digging their heels backwards, and that helps them to engage their muscles. The really only thing that matters is that you are keeping tight.
Mind Pump
You want to maximize that hamstrings tension in your start position.
Juggernaut
[Do] a Romanian deadlift down to the barbell. Keep the tension on your hamstrings.
Alan Thrall
Proud chest
SHINE YOUR BUTTHOLE LIGHT
SHINE YOUR BUTTHOLE LIGHT
Keep your chest high while pushing your hips back. Imagine someone has a rope tied around your waist and is pulling you backward.
FINISH WITH A PROUD CHEST
FINISH WITH A PROUD CHEST