I think the article talks about it. I’m using DDDL to practice the skill (new to me), so still experimenting with the best stance for me.How much do you all switch stance and/or grip when on this program? I do max pulls sumo with a mixed grip, but in my second cycle of DDD (started a few days ago), I'm making an effort to do most, if not all, of the pulls on 75% days in conventional stance with double overhand grip for some specialized variety and to build grip strength (a weak link for me). Then on the heavier days, I'll probably switch to sumo with mixed grip. Anyone have thoughts on the topic?
I took a look at the article again, he definitely mentions that specific variety is something to incorporate, and suggests things like stance, grip, and depth variations, but doesn't give much in the way of specifics. Perhaps I'm overthinking it and its not a huge deal so long as you change it up a bit here and there. I definitely don't see myself incorporating any deficit lifting this cycle, but will continue mixing in stance and grip variations on the light days and see how it goes.I think the article talks about it. I’m using DDDL to practice the skill (new to me), so still experimenting with the best stance for me.
Yes.Would it be a bad idea to add a little more weight in the middle of the program?
Thanks, that sounds fun.
DDDL is 5 singles, so I believe Steve is referring to occasionally pulling doubles, but keeping it to 5 reps for the day, e.g. 1,2,1,1Thanks, that sounds fun.
Just to make sure I understand - That would still be 5 sets but more than 5 reps?
Maybe I'll try making the first set a double and see how it goes for a few days.