Sumo time – Tue 3.21.17
Sumo Deadlifts are uncomfortable for some people. I Deadlift a traditional style, but working Sumo from time to time is has a rehabiliting effect, especially after last week’s Deadlift workout. You may not like the Sumo style of Deadlifts, and they may not be optimal for your performance. Or maybe they will be. You’ll never know unless you try. Maybe the Sumo style will become your default Deadlift, maybe it will help you understand efficiency of movement in the Sumo Deadlift High Pull, or it’s simply a way of adding variance into your workout program.
Strength: Sumo Deadlift 5-5-5-5-5
Conditioning: For time:
Reps of 21-15-9:
– Power Clean (Performance: 135/95#, Fitness: 115/75#, Health: 95/55#)
– Front Rack Weighted Lunges – total steps (Performance: 135/95#, Fitness: 115/75#, Health: 95/55#)
– Pull Ups (Performance: C2B, Fitness: Rx’d, Health: Ring Rows)
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