Kettlebell Sumo Squat — TECHNIQUE, FORM, & TUTORIAL

Learn how to do a proper kettlebell sumo squat using the correct sumo squat technique.
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In this video, we’re going to be looking at one of the most overlooked and underrated leg exercises, the sumo squat. I’m going to tell you about some of the benefits for both fat loss and muscle building, along with the proper sumo squat form so you can get the most from this exercise.

First off, what differentiates a sumo squat from a regular squat? Well, as you’ll discover in this quick video, it’s all about the stance.

(0:43) Form for Sumo Squat — The Stance & Setup

The sumo variation of any exercise means that you’re going to be using a wider stance, often with your feet pointed outwards. So the sumo squat actually ends up being very similar to a deadlift, but the benefit is that all you need is a single dumbbell or kettlebell.

(1:23) How to Do the Sumo Squat more effectively

To take this exercise to the next level, we can create a deficit by standing on some plates to increase the range of motion. This allows us to dip deeper into the squat thus increasing the tension on your legs.

(2:04) Posture of the sumo squat with kettlebell
(3:14) What weights to use & the proper routine

The sumo squat is best done with a weight that is on the heavier side. Also, in terms of your routine, it’s best used after some of your main leg motion exercises. I’ll cover more of the details in this sumo squat tutorial video.

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