If I want to do a wider gripped version of this, I find that it is very hard to get into starting position.
The immediate remedy to me is to step closer as if to "deadlift" it into starting position, however, the neutral grips (if equipped and almost always is) will bash into my medial thighs. Stepping wider doesnt do shit, cuz my legs still come into a / \ and its not wide enough for the neutral grips to not be a problem.
If I step back to remedy that problem, well, I am back to square one. Next thing I know I am lifting the weight up and my toes are where I feel most of the grounding coming from, instead of the heels.
I tried to find a happy medium today, but my back felt like the ocean's cousin, with its wavy, curvy motion.
This kind of sucks, cuz I like to do this with a wider grip, but even when its light, I still cant do this with proper form.
Neutral grips are a different story, they can be set up perfectly, with nothing running into shit. Bare in mind, a T-bar without neutral grips may not invoke such problems, but from here on out, if I want to use this machine, I have to do it neutrally.