Hi Mike, thanks for another super helpful article. I started deadlifts 10 weeks ago and am loving them. Just started barbell rows last week, and I feel like most of the movement is relatively easy, and then the last inch or two to get the bar to my body is extremely difficult. Just wondering if I should continue at this weight or if it’s alright to complete the rep without reaching my body? For frame of reference, I’m 5’8″, 152 lbs, deadlift I’m doing 6 reps of 225 lbs but barbell rows doing only 6 reps of 105 lbs. Thanks!
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