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Old 06-15-2011, 09:28 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by Mad Doc View Post
For longer term planning I dally over doing Primal 531. Because I lift at home I will not be able to Bench and Squat heavy (I know, then it`s problably not Primal 531 anymore, but I mean the cycle).

What would you think about a A/B approach done three times a week MWF:

A: Deadlift Primal 531
B: Press Primal 531

with Mon:A (5x5), Wed:B(5x5), Fr:A(5x3), Mo:B(5x3)....and so on?


Thanks in advance
Depending on your deadlift strength it might not be a good idea to deadlift that frequently with heavy weight. If your deadlift weight is relatively moderate you should be ok.
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