❗️SUMO VS. CONVENTIONAL❗️
First off I wanna know what you pull! Comment below😎👇
To start I want to emphasize that this is purely MY OPINION, so don’t try and come at me with a 10 page article you found on bodybuilding.com👍
1️⃣ Sumo is NOT “cheating”, get over it.
2️⃣ Conventional is NOT bad for your back, like at all (proper form of course)
3️⃣ You can build and get hecka strong with both, they’re not mutually exclusive.
4️⃣ Is one or the other clearly a better option for you? Answer: It depends.
THE BOTTOM LINE is depending on your body structure(hight, joint placement, bone size/shape), one CAN benefit from a mechanical advantage by pulling either sumo or conventional, BUT it’s not black and white. Just because you might benefit slightly from one from doesn’t mean you can’t do the other. For me right now both pulls feel just as comfortable AND just as strong. In all honesty you should go with what you feel most comfortable with and worry about the super technical stuff once you start lifting 400’s+ If you lift with proper form you WILL see gains and results from either style, try them both and go with what feel most comfortable to you!!🙌
In the video, Sumo I pulled 11 reps conv. I pull for 10. The only difference other than that is I pulled sumo on a Friday and conv. On the following Monday👌
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