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Old 01-07-2010, 06:02 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by jwood View Post

I personally have no problem doing heavy squats and then doing heavy deadlifts so I think they could be done on the same day, I do this now. Also, if you want to do military press I would do on the DE day of bench, I would do it after the speed bench, you should not be too wore out after speed bench.

This is how I would do it.
Thanks Jwood. Much appreciated. Your post made me think about some possibilities, including dropping the max OH press work and just using overhead press as assistance.

What would you guys think about having a max deadlift AND mac squat day separately, and alternating DE work each week? Like one week DE squat on max deadlift day, and the next DE deadlift on max squat day? Just thinking out load...
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