Maybe open the knees up on your deadlifts? I'm grasping at straws, I often have the same problem. Looked nice and smooth, though. No problem there.
EDIT: As far as the bench, the arm action looked good. Subtle tuck and flare, that's how it's done. I'd like to see you more on your traps. In raw benching, you don't need to arch, but you do need to use your legs to drive yourself onto your traps. Mark Bell's cue is "chest up".
edit: yeah, i've been thinking about getting my traps more involved, i'm not sure yet if it's a old thing...
After I did that with yours, it seems you broke the floor with textbook form. Then the weight pulled you forward. I like to begin to sit to seesaw the slack out of the bar, and keep sitting to finish the lift. I see a lot of people sit and then rise. I think sitting is the beginning of the movement. It's hard to explain, really. I pulled my best when I told myself to forget proper form and coaching cues and just rip the bar off of the ground. I'm going through my most recent deadlifts and my deadlifts in late March, and my hips are much closer to the bar throughout the lift. So when I said fukk form, my form improved. I really hate my deadlift.
Got some side jobs to help w fundraising today, ill check that out later. Txs bro...
Just found the new log. Watching to see the progress.
All I'll say is it involves a hammer and a knife..
Work on your arch on your bench. You look almost completely flat on the bench in your thoracic and no leg drive.
Pulls look solid, though.
M.Ed. Ex Phys
Watching those dudes rip >800 was amazing. The different techniques fascinate me.
On another note, cleaned out the freezer today, below is what's going into a pot here shortly
Pork chops, chicken thighs, pot roast, Italian sausage, corned beef, regular sausage links, potatoes, bell pepper and cabbage.