Put your feet slightly narrower, than shoulders width, apart. Take a barbell with pronated grip, a little wider, than shoulders. Straighten your back and thus we take the starting position of the Romanian deadlift. Bend, keeping your plate bones together, move your hips back. The maximum back deflection, including chest and cervical departments should be kept on all trajectory of the movement. The barbell moves strictly vertically, closer to your legs. Don't do any snatches in the lower point! Very important secret of this exercise: lifting the barbell is carried out not by body straightening, but by PUSHING FLOOR BY LEGS. Your back has to be bent in waist. If you can't bend your body completely without rounding your back, then don’t bend too low, or bend your legs stronger.