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    Question Glutes in sumo deadlift

    So basically I'm surrounded with guys that don't do powerlifting or even bodybuilding, just regular gym bros that lift same weight same reps 365 24/7 and I started deadlifting bout month ago and I'm doing it sumo style. So after watching some yt videos about form I've started it on my own and I've got 1 question about sumo.Shoukd the weight be pulled with the glutes l, cause I pull the weight with my glutes neutral spine little upper back rounding, but my question is basically on sumo should I pull the weight with my glutes is that correct or it's wrong, I can't even record in my gym to post it here so I can get advice sorry
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    Glutes get involved in the top end through lockout of a sumo pull. Start the pull with your lats, lower back, and hamstrings.
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    Originally Posted by Drew23 View Post
    Glutes get involved in the top end through lockout of a sumo pull. Start the pull with your lats, lower back, and hamstrings.
    ou so I have been doing it wrong the whole time?I don't feel it in the lats, in the erectors I feel it also the quads and traps are sore the next day,next session would try to record and post a video hopefully I don't get kicked out
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    I'd agree with Drew about lockout. And while it's not a squat, you DO still have significant quad activation at the start of the pull.
    I pull sumo and for an old guy I do ok. (I do have a world record in IPL for my age group)
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    There are a lot of great how to videos out there. A few who've talked about and do sumo well I would say are: Johnny Candito, Jeff Nippard, John Paul Cauchi, Calgary barbell, and Matt Vena.
    If you can post a video I'm happy to take a look.
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    Originally Posted by PhDPepper1111 View Post
    I'd agree with Drew about lockout. And while it's not a squat, you DO still have significant quad activation at the start of the pull.
    I pull sumo and for an old guy I do ok. (I do have a world record in IPL for my age group)
    Feel free to check out PhDPepper1111 on youtube or tic tok.
    There are a lot of great how to videos out there. A few who've talked about and do sumo well I would say are: Johnny Candito, Jeff Nippard, John Paul Cauchi, Calgary barbell, and Matt Vena.
    If you can post a video I'm happy to take a look.
    wow nice achievements, happy to take advice from such experience lifters, I have checked out almost all of the above and I would be more happy about the video if I could get it they don't allow it even for 10 seconds which is very sad,thanks for the advices, also can't find anything on yt about ur channel.
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    Here is a 545 deadlift I did a little over a week ago:
    You can check out my channel from there but frankly I only show my lifts - a lot of the other guys talk how to and biomechanics so theirs are much better

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    Originally Posted by PhDPepper1111 View Post
    Here is a 545 deadlift I did a little over a week ago:
    You can check out my channel from there but frankly I only show my lifts - a lot of the other guys talk how to and biomechanics so theirs are much better

    Good luck to you!
    all I can say is motivation.. At 51 deadlifting more than 99%of young dudes, thanks for the info and the motivation!!
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    Glutes and hamstrings are what got my deadlifts moving. I did a lot of stiff-Legs, reverse Hypers, GHR’s, and different leg curls. Also leg presses are good with a deadlift stance
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