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Excerpt: add a question about using a Sumo stance versus using a closer feet width stance. after I widen my stance up for my squats I tended to get more weight on the bar. does this same thing apply for deadlifting and why does that happen. I would think a tighter stance would make you stronger not the opposite

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    More wider stance for lifts

    add a question about using a Sumo stance versus using a closer feet width stance. after I widen my stance up for my squats I tended to get more weight on the bar. does this same thing apply for deadlifting and why does that happen. I would think a tighter stance would make you stronger not the opposite

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    Re: More wider stance for lifts

    tighter stance will not engage as many muscles
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    Re: More wider stance for lifts

    I have always enjoyed sumo it seems like my legs get more out of it

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    Re: More wider stance for lifts

    I do both wide and tight stance for deadlifts and squats, try to alternate them for best results

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    Re: More wider stance for lifts

    too tight and too wide will make it harder.
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    Re: More wider stance for lifts

    bro i use both stances

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    Re: More wider stance for lifts

    Quote Quote posted by Dchadassah View Post
    add a question about using a Sumo stance versus using a closer feet width stance. after I widen my stance up for my squats I tended to get more weight on the bar. does this same thing apply for deadlifting and why does that happen. I would think a tighter stance would make you stronger not the opposite
    Less distance to pull

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    Re: More wider stance for lifts

    Mix stances to engage more muscles

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    Re: More wider stance for lifts

    Sumo is a good one to throw in!

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    Re: More wider stance for lifts

    balance is important .. too much of tighter stance will not engage many muscles..Sumo can be good ..

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