Especially regarding the fact that you became "Too Flexible" to perform RDLs optimally.
Oh, good, I'm glad you noticed the footnotes. They're like bonuses that sprinkle on liberally but I feel like the little numbers are too small.
The too flexible thing I feel is important for sure. Basically the approach that people take is either the bodybuilding thinking that says the more 'stretch' you get in your hamstrings the more they'll grow, which is pretty silly in a lot of ways. OR, they simply seem to think that all flexiblity is "good" flexibility. So even if you don't seek it out you should embrace it. I think if your hamstring flexibility becomes so pronounced that you have to do ROMANIANS from a height then you are sacrificing efficiency.
Doing stiff-legged deadlifts from a height when you are rounding from the lumbar…that makes sense. I mean it makes sense to have to do them from a height not that you should be doing rounded back stiff-leggeds in the first place. But to keep the lumbar arched and set and the knees no more than 15 degrees (or so) flexed and not only have the bar touch the floor but be able to extend it BELOW the feet from a platform is ridiculous. There is no advantage to having that kind of flexibility in the hamstrings for a strength person.
Now for the article on Janda situps!!!
Shoot. I'm really sorry. I have a LONG list of things to write. I'll get it up ASAP.