Hi all relative newbie on here and to lifting in general this is my first post so I'm hoping you can help.
I've recently started a new training regime where I completely stripped back and gone to simply doing compound lifts and a couple of other body weight exercises.
The new program specifies that I do straight leg deadlifts. And heres my question when I'm performing the lifts I'm taking the bar from the floor with feet under the bar legs straight and heres the bit I dont like BACK ARCHED!! Due to my height and I'm only 5' 9" the bar is too low therefore causing me to have to bend over furher than i would like.
Can some of the more experienced lifters on here suggest anything to remedy this or alternative lifts that would be achieving the same outcome without the need to arch the back.
Many thanks in advance.