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Old 08-22-2011, 09:48 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Take home point: Do not try to view fullbody workouts through the lens of bodyparts. View the compound lifts as they are, perform them as they were meant to be performed, and do not try to turn them into isolation lifts by tweaking form, or by adding endless advanced training techniques meant to "better isolate" a muscle group.
So, would it make more sense to select exercises on a full body routine based on movement patterns, as opposed to body-parts?

The simplest I can think of is push, pull and legs. Well, legs isn't a movement pattern, but you get the idea ...
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