Conventional deads vs sumo deads
Well I went to he gym today just to see some friends, couldnt workout my membership has expired, but had an old powerlifter buddy say come help me setup with this sumo dl and since i know the gym managers real well they said its fine as long as im not full on working out, he was setting up for a 625lb sumo dead, so i helped him get the weights set and he pulled it up, we started talkin afterwards about deadlifts and sumo deadlifts and he was explaining how he recently made the switch from conventional deads to sumo's and i said ive never tried them, and he went on to say whats your max dl and i said im not sure it was about 225, he said okay try this we put 225 on their after i conventional warmed up with 135 he got me in good sumo form and i pulled 225 no problem, I think after this i want to start doing sumo deadlift and put a vid up so u guys can check form, have you guys had anything like this happen? whats your favorites, Sorry for the long yapping
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