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Old 06-17-2011, 08:25 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by Carl1174 View Post

What would you do run say 2-3 assistance exercises on the 3 regular days so the volume wouldnt be too high and then do 2-3 strong man movements on the other day and rotate them on a weekly basis... ?
Carl.
I would personally do 2-3 assistance exercises plus heavy abs and side bends (on squat/dead day). Core type stuff, not too much different from Westside/Wendlers.

For example, on bench day I might do the following: (I have limited equipment, remember)

--Bench Press
--Push Press
--Barbell or Dumbbell Row
--Closegrip Bench Press or Dumbbell Bench Press or Heavy Tricep Exercise

You could also do shoulder prehab/rehab, and/or facepulls or rear delt work.
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