Haven't posted in awhile, but came up with a question after reading some of Stuart McRobert's and a few other authors' stuff.
It seems the general consensus, at least according to the various works I've read, is that conventional deadlifts and SLDLs in the same program can be detrimental. I can understand why, as both hit the lower back pretty hard.
However, sumo deadlifts don't seem to hit the lower back near as hard, at least in my experience (I feel it more in the traps and quads). Are sumos and SLDLs compatible in a routine?
(Note: I'm not currently doing squats due to lack of a squat rack, been focusing on deadlifts pretty hardcore the last couple of months as a replacement)