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Old 01-23-2014, 04:44 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by Mrinda87 View Post
For those of you have done programs like stronglifts and starting strength or who simply have experience squatting heavy sets(and overhead pressing too) before your deadlifts. Did you have more trouble progressing on your deadlift as the previous lifts got stronger in the program?And when you finished the program and maybe deadlifted fresh did you notice you were significantly stronger? If so how much stronger? I hear if your squat is getting better your deadlift most likely is as well.
Most programs that implement sets of 5 have a day of squat/press/dead, but realistically it's best do things in the order that you find from most important to least. Having said that if you deadlift after squats instead of pressing, you will likely do better even if your used to doing it the other way due to the simple fact your more fresh.
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