Student of mine (judo and boxing) has very long and narrow feet (European size 47), while he is 180 cm and 95 kg. That changes his posture, making him lean a bit forward. Now, that's not a problem for the disciplines he competes in, because he does have a great footwork. But there is something I was wondering, regarding his S&C preparation. While his front squat is great (150 kg max every session, 160 kg goal by the spring), his back squat and normal deadlift are around 200 kg. With a trap bar though, he can go up to 225 kg. With a Olympic bar, as soon as he goes over 160 kg, he tends to get his hips higher in order to lift the weight off the ground. With the trap bar, his hips are staying low all the time. Is there any way to improve his Olympic bar deadlift technic? Thank you.