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    Sumo deadlift assistance movements

    What are best assistance movements to strengthen sumo deadlift ?
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    I'd think wide stance squats and rack pulls are a good place to start.
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    conventional deadlifts
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    thanks for replies i was meant to say with particular building power of the floor. Would strengthening quads help most?
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    deficit pulls
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    There has been a couple interviews with Dan Greene lately in Power magazine where he talked about this specifically.

    I can't remember what he said but you should try and dig them up
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    Depends on your strengths and weaknesses.

    Conventional deadlift, wide/box squats, SLDL (sumo especially), maybe some deficit or block pulls, GHR.
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    For me personally, deficit pulls have been the single best exercise in helping me off the floor. Not only are you pulling a longer distance, but it really helped me "feel" the leg drive and make the mind muscle connection. Aside from that I also do glute-ham raises, barbell hip bridges, and cable pull through to help with hip explosion.

    If you try deficit pulls, aim for about 60% of your current 1rm and start with maybe a 2" lift. Here's a vid of some of my deadlift workout from yesterday, you can see the last set of deficits I did at the start of the video.



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    speed pulls and conventional 5s
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    Originally Posted by davisj3537 View Post
    I'd think wide stance squats and rack pulls are a good place to start.
    Would it make the most sense to perform wide stance front squats since the weight is in front of you when you deadlift?
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    deficit stiff legs and db swings
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    Originally Posted by leangains69 View Post
    thanks for replies i was meant to say with particular building power of the floor. Would strengthening quads help most?
    I've been doing deficit work and I'm being sold on kettlebell swings as well.
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