2. Start to slowly elevate one leg. As you elevate that leg, lower down the arms, gradually moving them toward the midline of the body.
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Note: Watch the angle of the back and the hips. What tends to happen when to some when go to through the movement is that they shift or pivot their hips, so rather than keeping their hips straight and aligned, they tend to open up. With an emphasis on keeping the hips square, your deadlift should only go down as low as you can keep your back flat. If your position starts to get compromised, you're going too low.