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Sumo is gay
this is the one time i don’t care what jeff nippys science says, sumo is cheating 😂
Idk how it can be cheating if its just a different type of lift. Dont compare it to the conventional and there ya go. It is its own entity.
He just ate that kiwi with the peel
There’s a limit though the way you were doing sumo was fine there was still a range of motion but some dudes do the splits and lift it like an inch off the ground
This is my first Jeff Nippard video, and it was gooood. Buuut, whats with the harry potter whistle?!
Ayoo why his skeletons hip joint loook so fucked up
Okey then , gotta learn sumo as well , or at least ... try to find out. And yes before this video i thought sumo IS cheating ... now i think they are the same and i gotta try it ...
At least for one viewer you changed the world view on the subject, congrats :)
Sumo is for the weak.
In my honest opinion, eating kiwi with the skin is the true cheating, its a sin.
i think because less overall work done that just physic, when you pull a weight higher you need to put more work on it.
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I don't care if you sumo or regular, but if there is a competition they look like different lifts to me
If different variations are cheating then so are differences in anatomy because they both affect the leverages of a lift which is the most important factor when it comes to difficulty.
I never tried sumo because from the beginning I wanted to lift like most of my opponents. That's what makes a real athlete. I couldn't be happy about a win if I knew I was going to beat a conventional lifter with sumo but lose to him conventionally. I'd just be kidding myself.
I'd say it's a skeleton issue not because of leverages and build but because your skeleton can support the weight better when your legs are under your hips.
You're expected to be able to lift more with sumo but Eddie Hall and Thor both went with the conventional deadlift to set their records.
Having your feet closer together would allow your skeleton to better support the weight.