CONVENTIONAL OR SUMO DEADLIFTS: What Is Best For Your Leverages? September 25, 2016 by warrioradmin 17 Comments Thanks for visiting the Warrior 2K website, if you like the information you found on this page, please share using the social buttons (Facebook , Twitter and more) and bookmark us.
GRAND LOOP says
Good info but stop acting so pretentious “tough”
Crazy Black Panda says
This information came from this link
this was published 2011
WHAT A RIP OFF LMAO
How come I am really good at benching and suck at deadlifting if my arms
are long? wtf… my squat is ok. It must be my legs that are very long?
Those feels when you’re 6’2 with a 42-43″ torso and 28″ arms and you’ve
been pulling conventional exclusively for your entire training career.
Whoops. Well shit.
Ojay A says
will someone please explain the lower half of the table to me?
Mike Heller says
and can’t control on decent. zero
Serious question: How do you do conventional without squashing your balls,
I like conventional, but my balls hurt too much.
Scott Mayo says
link dead, here it is:
Pussytheinright Herfuck says
lmfao gareth looking small af
Mr. “Alpha as Fuck” looks like he started training yesterday.
short torso short arms short guy summo?
video starts at 1:25
All this measurement crapola…..here’s how you determine which style suits
which one do you feel stronger doing?
which one allows you to not tear all the damn skin off your shins?
which one allows you to keep form better?
which one keeps you from tweaking this joint or that joint or your back?
There you go.
Topias Virtanen says
I have very long arms and torso, short legs and I’ve been lifting sumo
cause it feels safer to me and conventional gives me lower back pain.
Normally I do conventional deadlift as a warm up with high volume (40-50%
of my max deadlift) and then switching up to sumo and do 3×5 work set with
75-85% of my max deadlift.
Kris Novak says
Very curious because I haven’t tried it yet. How is there any advantage in
performing a deadlift with NIKE Romelaos? I own a pair, love them, but use
them JUST for squatting? Wouldn’t the raised heel be counter productive to
a deadlift? If not, please explain why, and advise if I should give it a
Daniel Parks says
You are not measuring to the greater trochanter. You are measuring to the
iliac crest in this video. Huge difference.
Simon kinda looks like Vince g lol