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Old 09-29-2012, 04:48 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by CLEEPER View Post
I also want to start doing Rack pulls as my main goal is to put on some mass. Being able to pull more often with rack pull then Dead lift will help do that, any suggestions on how to encorporate them into a full body routine? Can they be done for many more reps then dead lift?

I was thinking on the day that I do dead lift, after my last dead lift I can use the same weight for a set of higher rep rack pulls from the Knee.
Rack pulls are generally easier on my body than deadlifts. You can certainly do more reps. If mass is your goals I would perhaps start around knee or above and aim for 5-8 rep sets. The rack pull/power shrug combo is a great choice as well. I would often do them as finishers after deadlifts.
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