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    would sumo deadlifting increase your squat and conventional pull?

    I have never done sumo deads before but I have read that they are mainly a leg and hip movement so I was wondering if increasing my sumo deadlift would help with squat strength? Also, I guess increasing your sumo would help a bit in your conventional pull?

    I was thinking of doing something like:

    week 1: conventional pulls

    week2: assistance work such as lockouts or something like that, maybe just hammer the faurk out of my back with rows and such to bring up weaknesses?

    week3: no deadlifting

    week4: sumo deadlift.
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    Originally Posted by yamahaguitarguy View Post
    I have never done sumo deads before but I have read that they are mainly a leg and hip movement so I was wondering if increasing my sumo deadlift would help with squat strength? Also, I guess increasing your sumo would help a bit in your conventional pull?

    I was thinking of doing something like:

    week 1: conventional pulls

    week2: assistance work such as lockouts or something like that, maybe just hammer the faurk out of my back with rows and such to bring up weaknesses?

    week3: no deadlifting

    week4: sumo deadlift.
    Probably depends how you squat, if you have a wide stance it might help abit
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    Originally Posted by timmzzy1 View Post
    Probably depends how you squat, if you have a wide stance it might help abit
    im a tall guy so my stance is kind of wide with my toes pointed out
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    just choose one and stick with it.

    a lot of people say pulling sumo helps your squat. i haven't noticed any squat increases since i started pulling sumo though
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    Originally Posted by yamahaguitarguy View Post
    im a tall guy so my stance is kind of wide with my toes pointed out
    Im tall aswell and squat with a wide stance (think westside wide) but pull conventional, mainly because i suck at sumo, but i did sumo for a while with not much noticable effect on my conventional
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    Originally Posted by xRequiem View Post
    just choose one and stick with it.

    a lot of people say pulling sumo helps your squat. i haven't noticed any squat increases since i started pulling sumo though
    hmm I guess I will just have to try it out and see
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    Originally Posted by timmzzy1 View Post
    Im tall aswell and squat with a wide stance (think westside wide) but pull conventional, mainly because i suck at sumo, but i did sumo for a while with not much noticable effect on my conventional
    but did you notice better squat gains while pulling sumo or nothing too noticeable?
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    Originally Posted by yamahaguitarguy View Post
    but did you notice better squat gains while pulling sumo or nothing too noticeable?
    Nothing too noticable, maybe just a little bit
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    Pulling sumo, especially from a deficit, has helped my conventional.
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    Originally Posted by yamahaguitarguy View Post
    I was thinking of doing something like:
    week 1: conventional pulls

    week2: assistance work such as lockouts or something like that, maybe just hammer the faurk out of my back with rows and such to bring up weaknesses?

    week3: no deadlifting

    week4: sumo deadlift.
    just deadlift more. why would you only pull 2x per month + some lockout assistance?
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    pulling sumo can help your conventional lockout and vice versa.

    deadlifting to build a squat doesn't really work.
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